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Central Line Podcast: Inside the Monitor - Global Health features Dr. Gunisha Kaur — Listen to learn more about the intersection of global health and anesthesiology. This episode explores how to better serve foreign-born patients and how biosocial factors influence health.
The progress of SARS-CoV-2 has been marked by the emergence of several different genetic variants. In a recent Viewpoint article in JAMA, Lauring and Hodcroft discuss the history and background of SARS-CoV-2 variants.
With lawsuits piling up against drug companies believed complicit in the opioid crisis, a major precedent was set in November 2020 when Purdue Pharma was ordered to pay an $8.3 billion settlement.
Jacqueline M. Leung, MD, MPH; Daniel J. Cole, MD, FASA
Postoperative delirium is a geriatric syndrome associated with prolonged hospital length of stay and worsened functional and cognitive status after hospital discharge. Despite its prevalence, its pathophysiology is incompletely understood.
Zachary Deutch, MD, FASA
The goal of postgraduate training is to assimilate as much clinical knowledge and expertise as possible in order to be maximally functional once the mythical day of July 1 comes around …. But what if some aspects of our training were superfluous, obsolete, no longer useful? Is this possible, and if so, how should we react to that unnerving fact?
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