We have it live! Video coverage
of the ASA,
with two new interviews, as well as written reports from our Advisory
Board on conference highlights.
And Don't Miss: Our newest Literature
Reviews address the important issue of renal health during surgery;
an overview of several recent articles on treating
perioperative renal compromise, and a commentary on a review
of literature on fenoldopam. Also how valuable is an autopsy
when determining the cause of death? See Postmortem
Examination. Don't forget; most references in literature reviews
and Ask The Experts answers now link directly to the PubMed
abstract at the National Library of Medicine
Ask the Experts
the Experts pages continue to grow. The AnesthesiaWeb specialists,
representing diverse disciplines, are available to answer your questions.
New this week: epispinals for Ob/Gyn and information on
MI and elective surgery.
coverage of this years annual ASA
McGoldrick, M.D. interviews Dr. Peter Safar, professor emeritus
and founder of the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, and Charles
Coté M.D. interviews Dr. Peter Davis, chairman of Pediatric
Anesthesia at the Childrens Hospital in Pittsburgh and the current
president of the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia. AND:
M.D. reports on interesting Anesthesia and Critical Care topics
from the ASA and from the meeting of the American Society of Critical
Care Anesthesiologists (ASCCA).
Board member Kathryn
McGoldrick, M.D. covers SAMBA
2000, summarizing highlights of the conference proceedings. Also
including photos and an audio interview
with Dr. Terri Monk, professor of Anesthesiology at the University
of Florida in Gainesville.
Guest author Dr. Gerald Maccioli gives the skinny on the
small, and shares with us his extensive experience with using hand-held
Personal Digital Assistants in an Anesthesiology practice Cleared
for take-off: The Anesthesiologist
and the Palm Pilot.
While we finish building our new and complete archive, read an interesting
Literature Review on Genomics
in the Millenium.