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Depth of Anesthesia

Residents and attendings from the Massachusetts General Hospital critically explore dogmatic clinical practices in anesthesiology. Anesthesiology is full of claims. A claim is a practice decision that we either believe is true or is something we default to. We think that for every claim in anesthesiology, we should know what is supported or refuted by evidence and what claims have no evidence base but stand to reason.

info_outline 11: Does cricoid pressure reduce the risk of pulmonary aspiration? 01/03/2020
info_outline 10: Is a subjective assessment of functional capacity predictive of perioperative complications? 11/22/2019
info_outline 9: Is it safe to peripherally administer norepinephrine? 10/11/2019
info_outline 8: Does ketorolac increase the risk of bleeding? 09/20/2019
info_outline 7: How do you reverse neuromuscular blockade? - Part 1 of 2 08/19/2019
info_outline 6: Is the sniffing position optimal for viewing the glottic opening? 07/29/2019
info_outline 5: Do preoperative anxiolytics improve patient satisfaction? 07/24/2019
info_outline 4: Is it safe to administer cefazolin in penicillin-allergic patients? 06/04/2019
info_outline 3: Does morphine cause more nausea than hydromorphone? 05/16/2019
info_outline 2: Is it necessary to confirm mask ventilation before paralyzing? 05/02/2019
info_outline 1: Welcome to Depth of Anesthesia! 04/27/2019
 
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