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If Hospitals Want a Competitive Advantage - Use Brain Monitors in Surgeries Requiring Sedation says Renowned Anesthesiologist
Date:1/25/2011

How long will it be before a medical malpractice lawyer sues a doctor and hospital because they 'failed to use' the best available technology to prevent postoperative brain damage?" asks Friedberg.

Until it becomes the new standard of care, Dr. Friedberg offers three free letters at his website for patients to use to request in requesting use of a brain monitor. The form letters are for the intended surgeon, anesthesiologist, and, if needed, the hospital administrator are available at: www.drbarryfriedberg.com

About Dr. Barry Friedberg

A board certified anesthesiologist for more than three decades, Dr. Friedberg is author of Anesthesia in Cosmetic Surgery as well as Getting Over Going Under. He developed The Friedberg Method of administering anesthesia in 1992 and the Goldilocks Anesthesia protocol in 1997. Dr. Friedberg was awarded a US Congressional award for applying his methods on wounded soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq. The founder of the Goldilocks Foundation, Dr. Friedberg has been published and cited in several medical journals and textbooks. For information contact Scott Lorenz, President of Westwind Communications Book Marketing 734-667-2090 or scottlorenz@westwindcos.com or www.westwindcos.com/book


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