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collaborativeanesthesiapartners May 15
Collaborative Anesthesia Partners is excited to announce our involvement with the coalition which officially launches this Thursday! Steven V. Ball, COO, is attending as a special guest. Tune in and follow
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Katherine Jessop Apr 12
Listening to a panel discussion on and excited to learn more techniques.
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Jason McKeown, MD, FASA Aug 31
We have the tools. We need everybody on board to do this now. Patients are aware and they want it too.
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Dutch Stinson Jul 6
View for transmuscular quadratus lumborum block as viewed on myself.
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Mary Nguyen 💛 May 17
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SOFA Aug 1
When SOFA members achieve Success, Our Mission is Complete! Here is a bit of what SOFA members have to say:
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Jaime Baratta Jun 20
Current fellow Dr. Alex Grant presenting on However validated tools still lacking regarding identifying risk of opioid misuse in the perioperative period.
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Ruthi Landau MD Apr 25
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John Edwards Apr 13
Replying to @drchadb
I have seen the negative impact of by those who want to avoid 100mcg of Fentanyl intraop...we must not overlook the synergistic effect of polypharmacy...I believe in the responsible use of opioids as well as nonopioids.
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Twin Oaks Anesthesia May 3
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Dr Amit Pawa Feb 26
Beautiful article by & on in - major props for using Princess Bride quote!
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Anesthesia&Analgesia May 20
Published ahead of print article that includes the topic of in and at May 20 at 7:30am
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Jaime Baratta Jun 20
Who’s using intraoperative esmolol infusion as part of a multimodal analgesia plan to provide or ?
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Tom Baribeault Jul 16
Here's the lineup for the conference! We have a great line up of experts on especial Derek Galvin speaking on for
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rodrigo daly guris Apr 19
Is intraop low-dose fentanyl better than no fentanyl at avoiding pulmonary complications? How does affect this?
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Eric Schwenk, M.D., FASA Jun 20
👇🏻What say you, ? You have seen the whole gamut of analgesia paradigms throughout the last XX years...🤔
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Mary Nguyen 💛 May 15
Follow me and as we make our way to DC with the coalition to join forces to combat our nation’s opioid crisis!  
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SOCCA Critical Care May 21
There is not much data about or sparing in anticipated patients, but perhaps these techniques can help reduce some post operative complications such as ileus and respiratory depression? There is a great table summarizing multimodal analgesia!
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Michelle Kars, MD, FAAP Mar 14
Very proud of MS2 Brian O’Donnell presenting our data on in pediatric general surgery. Amazing job!
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Tom Baribeault Aug 10
class teaching + face, neck, and truncal nerve blocks. Sphenopalatine, cervical plexus, paravertebral, and erector spinae blocks covered. Glad to be part of such an all-star faculty.
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