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Research Reveals Way to Speed Up Treatment of Deadly Malignant Hyperthermia

... conducted by Kevin Baker, CRNA, MSNA, staff nurse anesthetist for West End Anesthesia Group at St. Mary's Hospit... Virginia Commonwealth University, and staff nurse anesthetist at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), Medical Center in Richmond, Va.; Heather Kartcher, RN, BS...

Obstetrical Anesthesia Equally Safe When Provided by CRNAs or Anesthesiologists

...d their babies will be safe in the care of a nurse anesthetist or an anesthesiologist. "Further, hospital administrators and anesthesiology groups can comfortably consider variables other than provider safety or quality such as provider availability, cost, and the percentage of Medicaid patients cared for at t...

Drugs for Postoperative Nausea May Not Help Most Patients

...ng, said lead author Dr. John Carlisle, consultant anesthetist at Torbay Hospital in Devon, England. “Anesthetists are more apt to give a drug to patients who they think are more likely to experience postoperative nausea and vomiting or to experience further complications should they vomit.” Based on the data ...

Xenon Could Limit Nerve Damage After Stroke

...umbers of patients, said Professor Mervyn Maze, an anesthetist from Imperial College London and a member of the xenon research team. Xenon could provide a whole new way of treating nerve damaging illnesses. Although we can stop people dying from these illnesses, there is not much we can do to stop the nerve da...

Blood test developed for malignant hyperthermia

...w test, things are expected to change for both the anesthetist and the patient. The new blood test, developed by researchers from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, US, is effective in detecting 25 to 50 % of the mutations known that can make the patient susceptible to the condition. The effectiveness of ...

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