Recent Examples of anesthesiologist from the Web
Cisatracurium would prevent muscle movement and ensure that breathing stops, according to Dr. John DiMuro, an anesthesiologist who quit as Nevada’s top doctor in October and returned to private practice.
An anesthesiologist pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder in the death of a 71-year-old plastic surgery patient in Beverly Hills this fall, CBS Los Angeles reports.
His mother retired as a pediatric anesthesiologist from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
Large doses of both would cause a person to stop breathing, according to three anesthesiologists interviewed for this report.
Boucher is an anesthesiologist and a pain specialist.
Boucher is an anesthesiologist and the inventor of the Therm-a-Vest, a cloth vest partly filled with rice and secured with Velcro straps that is designed to help with back pain.
Two of the climbers — Thomas F. Hornbein, an anesthesiologist, and Willi Unsoeld, a Peace Corps director — argued that climbing in Mr. Hillary’s footsteps was too modest a goal, and urged trying a new but more dangerous route, the West Ridge.
Physicians, including anesthesiologists, left the hospital under confidential agreements although Argyros denied layoffs affected anyone involved in direct patient care.
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