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ABRs: Time to standardize to a propofol technique?
Myron Yaster MD and Lynne G. Maxwell MD
Ali I Kandil, Michale S Ok, Kelly A Baroch, Rajeev Subramanyam, Mohamed A Mahmoud, John J McAuliffe 3rd. Why a Propofol Infusion Should Be the Anesthetic of Choice for Auditory Brainstem Response Testing in Children. Anesth Analg. 2022 Apr 1;134(4):802-809. PMID: 35113042
Sevoflurane produced more false positives for hearing loss and suggested more severe hearing loss than propofol.
Niekoo Abbasian, Smokey J Clay, Meenu Batra, Charlotte M Walter, Vanessa A Olbrecht, Marc Mecoli, Christopher S Lee, Manu Nair, Abraar Huq, Blair E Simpson, Rebeccah L Brown, Victor F Garcia, Vidya Chidambaran. Multimodal continuous ambulatory erector spinae catheter pain protocol for early recovery following Nuss procedure: a retrospective cohort study. Reg Anesth Pain Med 2022; Jan 27 Online ahead of print. PMID: 35086901
The authors describe their institutional adoption and use over a one year period of bilateral erector spinae catheters.
Dr. Randy Flick responds to our take on the review article discussing anesthesia and the developing brain.
First Annual Ron Litman Mentoring Awardees
Jeff Feldman MD, Dean Kurth MD, and Daphne Klausner
Faculty: Anushree Doshi, MD, Mentee: Isabel Torres, Project Title: Health Literacy in the Pediatric Perioperative Space
Faculty: Rodrigo Daly-Guris, MD, Mentee: Julia Hickey, MD, Project Title: Airway Planning for Excellence (AirPlanE)