This collection features departmental newsletters of the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine.

Recent Submissions

  • Vigilance at GRU

    Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (2013-02)
    Table of Contents: 3 Faculty and Staff News; 4 Wu: Physician, Investigator, Resident, Graduation and Awards Banquet, "Small" News; 5 Recognition, FCCS Workshop to Offer Training for Noncritical Care Specialists; 6-9 A Celebration of 75 Years of Anesthetic Excellence, Saluting Our Veteran Anesthesiologists and Nurse Anesthetists; 10-11 Publications, Presentations and Research.
  • Vigilance at Georgia Health Sciences University

    Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (2012-03)
    Table of Contents: 3 Faculty and Staff News; 4 Chief Resident Anderson: A passion for medicine; 6 Angie Skinner: Blissit award finalist 'always several steps ahead,' Classroom gets an IT makeover; 7 Orthopedic surgeon 'walks a mile' in anesthesiologist's shoes, Publications, Presentations and Research.
  • Vigilance at Georgia Health Sciences University

    Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (2011-09)
    Table of Contents: 3 Respiratory Therapy Receives EPA Award of Excellence, Accomplished researched named Professor, other faculty and staff news; 4 Gale looking forward to retirement, Gregoretti bids department 'arrivederci,' GHSU holds rainly inaugural Earth Day; 5 Alumna of notes: DeCore reminisces about days as a resident; 6 Emergence delirium discussed at Latin American symposium, Thalidomide analog holds hope as sickle cell treatment, What's That? Masks; 7 Publications, Presentations, and Abstracts, and Research.
  • Vigilance at Georgia Health Sciences University

    Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (2011-03)
    Table of Contents: 3-4 Faculty and Staff News; 5 Our First Reception at ASA, In Memoriam: Dr. Jack K Pruett; 6 Zack Gramling: Creating a Legacy; 7 New Name, New Web site, New Email, 'Healthy Perspectives to Improve Cultural Competency at GHSU; 8 Nitric Oxide, Aptamers Could Treat Sickle Cell Disease; 9 Dr. Berger Plans to Combat Pain, Rapid Response Team Take Quick Action; 10 Publications, Presentations and Abstracts, and Research.
  • Vigilance at MCG

    Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (2010-09)
    Table of Contents: 3 Faculty and Staff news; 4 Who are the Aqualumni?, Rawlings believes in caring for people; 5 Medical students scope out anesthesiology, Antibiotic sponge ineffective on sternal wound infections, Critical care workshop slated for January, Study notes risks of desflurane during pediatric surgery; 6 Publications, Presentations and Abstracts, and Research.
  • Vigilance at MCG

    Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (2010-03)
    Table of Contents: 3 Faculty and Staff News; 4 Residency Coordinator gives 110 percent, A Glimpse of the Past: Founding chairman was like a father; 5 Guiding the use of spinal cord stimulators, Aptamers target sickle cell pain, Decive eases difficult intubations; 6 Publications, Presentations and Abstracts, and Research.
  • Vigilance at MCG

    Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine (2009-06)
    Table of Contents: 3 Protein Machines Target Sickle Cell Disease, Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE): A Better Way to Monitor Anesthetized Patients?; 4 Ask-Advise-Refer to Stop Smoking; 5 Welcome New Faculty and Staff; 6 Dr. Perry Volpitto: A Pioneer in Anesthesiology in Georgia; 7 Chairman 1938-72: Dr Perry Volpitto, Dr. John Marion Brown, In Memorian: Dr. Jorge Cue; 8 Anesthesiology in the News; 9-11 Publications, Presentations, Abstracts, and Research.