Category Archives: General Anesthesia

Anesthesia Alert: Regional vs. General for Post-Op M&M

Study confirms regional anesthesia as a better option According to a new study, patients going in for elective surgery might be better off if they receive regional anesthesia over general anesthesia. These findings were made by researchers at Vanderbilt University … Continue reading

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4 Big Reasons Why Virtual Reality Anesthesia is the Way of the Future

New technological advances could change the way we look at anesthesia and sedation¬† As the worlds of healthcare and technology continue to collide, medical professionals are always looking at different ways new technology can be applied in the operating room. … Continue reading

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General Anesthesia and Mortality in Stroke Patients

New study finds a possible link between the two¬† Researchers have conducted a new study that suggests patients with acute ischemic stroke undergoing endovascular intervention therapy who received general anesthesia experienced greater mortality than patients who underwent some form of … Continue reading

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