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Tag Archives: PIV
The Book is DONE!
Timeline of publishing process
The Art and Science of Peripheral IVs
An Article I wrote for the ASA about peripheral IVs
The Hidden World of Anesthesia
Physician Outlook Magazine published a profile of my last month! https://www.physicianoutlook.com/articles/5723-hidden-world-anesthesia Thank you Marianna Seefeldt, Rachel Torregiano, and Marlene Wust Smith!
Fellowship Spotlight: Critical Care Medicine
Article about applying to critical care fellowship
Chapter 7: Fool Me Once
Patient almost died in PACU even though I did everything correctly
Chapter 5: Breast Anesthesia
Brief summary of breast cancer history
Chapter 4: Monitors
Summary of anesthesiology monitors