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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. August 2021: 85(8):1–8
Published: August 2021
... discussed with peers at other organizations. During the COVID-19 pandemic, action communities proved to be a lifeline for members seeking positivity and support. “I think that's really how we got our foot in the door. People were exhausted from the pressures and challenges from COVID-19, and leaders...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. August 2021: 85(8):1–12
Published: August 2021
...Gordon Glantz © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 On a house call, Dr. Thanigai checks the vitals of a patient with COVID-19. Declaring victory over COVID-19, while tempting for leaders in countries where weary and wary populations are...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. August 2021: 85(8):6–7
Published: August 2021
...Kelly Jong © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, health care workers have had to face myriad challenges: exhaustion, personal sacrifice, loss of patients, physical danger, and emotional overload, to name a few...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. July 2021: 85(7):32–33
Published: July 2021
...Mara S. Kenger, MD; Amy E. Vinson, MD, FAAP © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on normal perioperative functioning has been profound, with disrupted elective surgical schedules, stress surrounding...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. July 2021: 85(7):39
Published: July 2021
...Brian A. Chang, MD © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 In the beginning of the pandemic, COVID-19 was considered to be “the great equalizer.” Many believed it was a disease that would indiscriminately impact individuals regardless of race...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. July 2021: 85(7):23–25
Published: July 2021
...Roshni Sreedharan, MD, FASA, FCCM; David L. Stahl, MD; Suzanne B. Klainer, MD; Ronald G. Pearl, MD, PhD, FASA © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 COVID-19 has wreaked havoc throughout the health care system and remains the defining...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. July 2021: 85(7):27
Published: July 2021
...-paying jobs such as those in health care facilities, public transportation, grocery stores, or factories, which are considered “essential work.” These types of jobs may lead to higher exposures to COVID-19 and often do not come with paid time off or the ability to work from home that can be associated...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. July 2021: 85(7):28–29
Published: July 2021
...Stephanie I. Byerly, MD; Kristina L. Goff, MD © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has had profound and far-reaching impacts on health care workers in the United States. This burden has, in many ways, been...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. July 2021: 85(7):43
Published: July 2021
... teamwork and collaboration. COVID-19 tested our abilities to pivot quickly, forge new partnerships, and maximize existing resources. In many ways, in many places, and on many fronts, physician anesthesiologists gained the admiration of a nation in distress. Our partnerships were key to that success...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. July 2021: 85(7):30–31
Published: July 2021
...Lovkesh Arora, MBBS, MD, FASA; Ameeka Pannu, MD; Somnath Bose, MD, FASA © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 Prior to COVID-19, a large international cohort study estimated that acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) accounts for 10% of...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. June 2021: 85(6):1–13
Published: June 2021
... linger. The CARES Act added $100 billion to the “Public Health and Social Services Fund,” which reimburses “eligible health care providers for health care related expenses or lost revenues” secondary to COVID 19. It also funds $349 billion into the Small Business Loan Program or the “Paycheck...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. May 2021: 85(5):13
Published: May 2021
...Codruta Soneru, MD © 2021 American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), All Rights Reserved. 2021 Hospital employees are not immune to the health threats and emotional strain COVID-19 has brought upon the world, but we are expected to leave our emotions and fears at the door as we care...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. May 2021: 85(5):15
Published: May 2021
... Anesthesiology invites full-length articles related to the theme of its annual Journal Symposium at ANESTHESIOLOGY 2021: “SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19: New Paradigms and Challenges for Anesthesiologists.” The CoronaVIrus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, with its explosive onset early in 2020...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. May 2021: 85(5):1–8
Published: May 2021
... FDA Emergency Use Approval of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, receives his first vaccine dose in January 2021. In the face of a crushing surge of cases that halted elective surgeries, strained resources, and threatened to overwhelm staff, Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston acted quickly to...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. April 2021: 85(4):1–8
Published: April 2021
...-CoV555, Eli Lilly) to treat mild-to-moderate cases of COVID-19 in adult and pediatric patients. Bamlanivimab is an antibody directed against the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. Monoclonal antibodies tend to have unpronounceable names, but the “mab” at the end of the name stands for “monoclonal antibody...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. April 2021: 85(4):40–41
Published: April 2021
...: Different and Scarier,” author Karen Sibert, MD, FASA, raises important and provocative questions regarding airway management in the COVID-19 era ( ASA Monitor 2020;84:25 ). One is: Should we be practicing universal precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic and going forward, since the incidence of...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. August 2020: 84(8):1–40
Published: August 2020
... – what is evidence and best practice today may not be the same a month later. COVID-19 has posed unique challenges to the care of patients in the critical care, perioperative, inpatient, and community settings ( Anesth Analg May 7, 2020 ). The population of patients cared for in the ICU has a...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. August 2020: 84(8):39–40
Published: August 2020
...Audrée A. Bendo, MD, MS, FASA Dr. Augusto Takaschima - Vice-President of SBA Dr. Rogean Nunes - President of SBA In response to COVID-19, the SBA established a task force to develop statements and guidelines for Portuguese- speaking health workers. These files, along with webinars...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. August 2020: 84(8):41
Published: August 2020
... the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) by Douglas Bacon, MD, MA, FASA. Finally, SAAAPM collaborates with other societies to advocate for increased federal research funding and supports FAER through sponsorship of a Mentored Research Training Grant. “However, even if COVID-19 remains...
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Publication: ASA Monitor
ASA Monitor. July 2020: 84(7):1–3
Published: July 2020
... (PPE) and were unable to institute universal testing. Very few were reporting COVID-19-positive pediatric inpatients. The second survey was conducted three weeks later and demonstrated evolution of the crisis: 62% reported pediatric COVID-19 patients in their Pediatric Intensive Care Units...