Anesthesia & Analgesia May 2013 - A Video Summary

published 6 years ago by Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

Resident's Guide to the May 2013 issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia

Is that number does editor in chief of open anesthesia.org with the residents guide to the may 2013 issue of anesthesia analgesia. This month's cover aims to extol the legacy of nitrous oxide. Like no other drug it has injured and utterly dichotomous perception among anesthesiologists. We either embrace its pharmacologic virtues unconditionally or despise its shortcomings. Whatever one may opine about its utility it would be difficult to argue the singularity of nitrous oxide among the medical gases and anesthetics. It is not often we administer a non carbon based drug with such distinctive physicochemical characteristics. As a matter of routine. The duality of its role throughout history is portrayed in this Victorian style etching which conception ...

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