Myths in anesthesiology myths in anesthesiology bosek voytek 2000 06 01 000000 the article by soppitt et al in this issue concludes that many anesthesiologists use a single dose of propofol in expectation of an antiemetic effect even though scientific evidence supporting this is lacking 1 specifically this article sets forth that 84 of all surveyed participants use propofol for . Hi folks i was wondering if any of the bright minds could help me out with my grand rounds talk coming up i need some ideas for controversial issues in anesthesia anesthesia myths if you will for example cricoid pressurenot a lot of good data out there but we do it anyway. There was surgery long before there was anesthesiology it was introduced late in the nineteenth century surgery without pain was considered one of the greatest contribution to humanity of all time anesthesiology has undergone a large swing in desirability among residency candidates in recent years medical school students interact less with anesthesiologists during the preclinical years. Of all the worries pet owners may have around surgery anesthesia probably tops the list unfortunately their concerns are often the wrong ones here are 10 anesthesia myths we hear regularly 1 anesthesia is risky okay so this is not a complete myth. Myths and realities of ob anesthesia rakesh b vadhera md frca ffarcs utmb 30 40 50 1979 81 1982 84 1985 87 1988 90 anesthesia related mortality hawkins jl anesthesiology 1997 1979 1984 1985 1990 current neurological diseases back problems
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