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WED, JUL 6, 2016

Robot Anesthesiologist Loses Job. Another Win for Humans!

Good news! The dystopian future of Skynet automated surgeries and an unemotional, robotic nurse has been put off another day. Medical professionals won today’s battle in the fight against robots being placed in jobs, heretofore held by humans, when it was announced that the newest high end medical product from... Read More

WED, JUN 29, 2016

Anesthesia Monitoring Devices Market Worth $1.9 Billion USD by 2024, New Study Says.

  According to a newly released report by Grand View Research, the anesthesia monitoring device market is going to see a huge upswing in the near future. In recent years the market relating to this subject has seen a plateau, however with the growing population of the geriatric community and their... Read More

MON, MAY 9, 2016

Best of Both Worlds: Anesthesia & Emergency Medicine

In April of this year, The American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA) and the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) announced a new residency program that will combine training in anesthesiology and emergency medicine. Through this new program, residents can gain hands on experience in two fields that are extremely related.... Read More

MON, MAY 2, 2016

Are Colonoscopies Really Safer Without Anesthesia?

A recent study appearing in this month’s issue of Gastroenterology concluded that the risks of complications following a colonoscopy might increase when patients receive anesthesia – however the study lacks complete transparency. The results of this study have led others to claim that anesthesia causes direct complications during or after... Read More

WED, APR 20, 2016

Abortion Anesthesia Becomes Law in Utah

Changes in legislature often greatly impact the healthcare environment through policy changes, clinical practice modifications, and financial adjustments. Anesthesia is one area of healthcare that is required to frequently adjust to changing procedures, laws, and hospital requirements and therefore must maintain flexibility. As of late March of this year, the... Read More