Surgical Catastrophes and Anesthesiology

Most anesthesiologists will experience at least one perioperative catastrophe over the course of their careers. These events may have a profound and lasting emotional impact on anesthesiologists and may affect their ability to...

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Jury Duty? I’ll Gladly Serve

Not long ago, I was called for jury duty. Although I was busy, I consider jury duty to be part of my civic responsibility and I did not try to avoid it. Well, another reason is that in my state, it is just about impossible to...

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Imaging Use & Atraumatic Headache in the ED

Atraumatic headache is one of the most common complaints in EDs, but only a small subset of patients who present to the ED with this complaint are found to have life-threatening intracranial pathology (ICP) upon imaging....

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Examining Standards of Care in Disasters

Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States, experts began to re-examine current approaches to providing care during disasters. A definitive standard of care for disaster victims has yet to emerge....

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