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Cardiothoracic Anesthesia

Cardiothoracic Fellowship graduates pass Advanced Perioperative TEE exam

The four recent graduates of our Cardiothoracic Fellowship program, Jordan Brewer, M.D., Matt Gunst, M.D., Patrick Millan, M.D., and Oliver Schantz, M.D., have all successfully passed their Advanced Perioperative Transesophageal Echocardiography examination (Advanced PTEeXAM®). The examination of special competence, which is administered by the National Board…

Welcome 2021 Cardiothoracic Fellows!

Four anesthesiologists began their Adult Cardiothoracic Fellowship with us this summer. Please help us welcome them to the team! Clifford Deerman, M.D. Dr. Deerman earned his medical degree at the University of Alabama School of Medicine at Birmingham and completed his anesthesiology residency at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, where…

Lung transplants: An anesthesiologist’s vigilance

It’s 3 a.m., and an experienced hand gently squeezes the first breath into a patient’s newly perfused lung. On lung transplant time, vigilance is the defining word for anesthesiologists. While cases can start at any time of day, preparations often begin 8 to 12 hours in advance. Myriad uncertainties from…

Courtesy Faculty

Emeritus Faculty Lawrence Berman, MD Andre Boezaart, MD, PhD Donald Caton, MD Jerry Cohen, MD Donn Dennis, MD Gordan Gibby, MD Michael Good, MD Shirley Graves, MD Robert Kirby, MD Richard Melker, MD Jerome Modell, MD Carl Peters, MD Segundina Saga-Rumley, MD Dinesh Shah, PhD…