What is the day-to-day life of an anesthesiologist on 2:1 or 4:1 supervision?
My anesthesiology rotation doesn’t start in a couple of months, but I’m interested in the specialty. The issue is that I work the best when my role is well-defined and I have certain goals in the day to accomplish. With supervisory roles I’m worried that the work would be less-defined and I would have a lot of downtime where I would have to search for productive things to do. Can anyone explain what their day-to-day is like if they are in a supervisory role? What responsibilities do you have... What is the day-to-day life of an anesthesiologist on 2:1 or 4:1 supervision?
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ConclusionsImplantation of spinal cord stimulation electrodes through a surgical laminectomy using dexmedetomidine is a safe and feasible procedure with adequate comfort for patient and surgeon. This way of working increases the optimal position of the electrode resulting in the most convenient stimulation pattern and avoiding revisions.
Publication date: Available online 19 February 2020Source: Pharmacology Biochemistry and BehaviorAuthor(s): Aaron Ettenberg, Kathy Ayala, Jacob T. Krug, Lisette Collins, Matthew S. Mayes, Matthew P.A. FisherAbstractSub-anesthetic doses of ketamine produce an increase in rodent ambulation that is attenuated by co-administration of naturally-occurring lithium (LiN), the drug most commonly employed in the treatment of bipolar illness. As a consequence, ketamine-induced hyperactivity has been proposed as an animal model of manic behavior. The current study employed a modified version of this model to compare the potency of LiN...