The Anesthesia Consultant, written by Richard Novak MD, an Adjunct Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology at Stanford University, is an anesthesia educational website for both laypeople and medical specialists.
The Anesthesia Consultant provides answers not found in traditional textbooks. The profession of medicine offers a lifetime of fascination, and no specialty is more fascinating than anesthesiology. The Anesthesia Consultant answers common questions from laypeople, and advanced queries from anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists. Presented by Richard Novak MD, a Stanford-trained anesthesiologist and internal medicine specialist in active clinical practice at Stanford University Hospital in Palo Alto, California. Dr. Novak has over 35 years of experience in anesthesiology and perioperative medicine, and has personally performed over 25,000 anesthetics in a private practice in the Stanford and Palo Alto area.
This painting depicts the first public demonstration of inhaled ether as a surgical anesthetic, on October 16th, 1846 at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston
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A note from Dr. Novak:
I want to thank my readers, as theanesthesiaconsult.com reached the landmark of 1,000,000 all-time views as of March, 2017. Current traffic is approximately 11,000 views per week, on a pace to reach over 500,000 readers per year. The Anesthesia Consultant reaches readers in over 100 countries around the world.
The success of theanesthesiaconsultant.com would not be possible without my readers, and I thank you all. I’ll keep writing, and I invite you to keep reading.
Thanks a million!
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