Any question dealing with general anesthesia issues. With particular emphasis on regional anesthesia.
I am a board certified anesthesiologist, graduated from residency in 2004 from Johns Hopkins Hospital. I have since worked as an anesthesiologist first in the Air Force for three years and then most recently in Texas in Private Practice.
Texas Medical Association Texas society of Anesthesiologists American Society of Anesthesiologists
BS, BYU MD, U of Texas, Galveston Intern-St. Joe's Hospital, Phx, AZ Internal Medicine Residency-Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
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