WHICH ANESTHESIA FELLOWSHIPS ARE MOST POPULAR?

How many anesthesia residents choose further subspecialty fellowship education at the end of their residency, and which subspecialties are those graduates choosing?The grid below, published in the California Society of Anesthesiologists Vital Times 2018, lists the fellowship choices from the last five years of Stanford anesthesia resident graduates:

ANESTHESIA FOR SPECIALTY SURGERIES

the anesthesia consultant

Physician anesthesiologist at Stanford at Associated Anesthesiologists Medical Group
Richard Novak, MD is a Stanford physician board-certified in anesthesiology and internal medicine.Dr. Novak is an Adjunct Clinical Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Stanford University, the Medical Director at Waverley Surgery Center in Palo Alto, California, and a member of the Associated Anesthesiologists Medical Group in Palo Alto, California.
email rjnov@yahoo.com
phone 650-465-5997

This column is specifically for my non-medical layperson readers, and is a discussion of the different types of anesthesia for specialty surgeries. See below:   I.  CHILDBIRTH (OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA): Most obstetric anesthesia is for either vaginal delivery or for Cesarean sections. Anesthesia for Vaginal Delivery:  Anesthesia for vaginal delivery is utilized to diminish the pain […]

ANESTHESIA FACTS FOR LAYPEOPLE: CHILDBIRTH, CARDIAC SURGERY, AND BRAIN SURGERY

the anesthesia consultant

Physician anesthesiologist at Stanford at Associated Anesthesiologists Medical Group
Richard Novak, MD is a Stanford physician board-certified in anesthesiology and internal medicine.Dr. Novak is an Adjunct Clinical Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Stanford University, the Medical Director at Waverley Surgery Center in Palo Alto, California, and a member of the Associated Anesthesiologists Medical Group in Palo Alto, California.
email rjnov@yahoo.com
phone 650-465-5997

I.  CHILDBIRTH (OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA): Most obstetric anesthesia is for either vaginal delivery or for Cesarean sections. Anesthesia for Vaginal Delivery:  Anesthesia for vaginal delivery is utilized to diminish the pain of labor contractions, while leaving the mother as alert as possible, with as muscle strength as possible, to be able to push the baby out […]