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Date:3/31/2009

thesia, not 'one-size, off-the-rack, fits most,'" says Friedberg.

"Giving anesthesia with a BAM is like taking an open-book test, no guessing the 'right' answer. Measuring is better than guessing." he says.

"Too much alcohol is no good for you. Why would 'too much' anesthesia be any different? By 2007, research had already suggested this conjecture was true. I went on public record to declare BAMs a standard of care," he adds. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/86660.php

"The ASA track record for patient safety on pulse oximetry does not suggest it will serve the public better on BAMS," says Friedberg. http://www.plasticsurgerypractice.com/press_release.asp?id=10224108

"Patients need to learn to advocate for their own safety and ask for BAMs with anesthesia," he says.

"Your brain is most precious to you. You can't replace it.

Anesthesia: Medicate your brain, measure it!" concludes Friedberg.

For more information: www.drfriedberg.com


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SOURCE Barry L. Friedberg, MD
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