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National CRNA Week, Nurse Anesthesia, CRNAs, aana, Every Breath, Every Beat, Every Second, nurse anesthetists

Every Breath, Every Beat, Every Second: CRNAs Are There

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National CRNA Week was established by the AANA 19 years ago to educate the public about anesthesia safety and the benefits of receiving anesthesia care from CRNAs. Nurse anesthetists safely deliver approximately 43 million anesthetics to patients per year in the United States, staying with their patients throughout their entire procedure.

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Unintended Consequences Are the Result of Decreasing Opioid Prescriptions Written by Health Care Providers

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Fermilab Delivers First Cryomodule for Ultrapowerful X-Ray Laser at SLAC

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The first superconducting cryomodule built and tested at Fermilab for the Linac Coherent Light Source at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory was successfully delivered. A series of 37 of these cryomodules will power the three-mile-long X-ray free-electron laser facility.

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Clinical Practice Guideline , Anticoagulants, Anticoagulation, Cardiothoracic Surgery, The Annals of Thoracic Surgery, blood thinning medication, Cardiopulmonary Bypass, Heparin, Protamine

New Clinical Practice Guideline Addresses Use of Blood Thinners During Heart Surgery

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The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists (SCA), and the American Society of ExtraCorporeal Technology (AmSECT) released a new clinical practice guideline that includes major recommendations for the use of blood thinning medication (anticoagulants) during heart surgery.

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#FSU faculty experts can discuss all aspects of the @Olympics - performance, sport media and culture and international relations.

As the world prepares for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, a group of Florida State University faculty experts are available to discuss various aspects of the event.EXPERT PERFORMANCE & DELIBERATE PRACTICEAnders Ericsson, Conradi Eminent Scholar, Department of Psychology (850) 644-9860; ericsson@psy.

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How the CSU Helps Student-Athletes Succeed

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Balancing classes and studying with practices, games and travel can be tough. That’s why campuses offer academic resources and support that serve the particular needs of athletes, helping to ensure they graduate in a timely way.

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Neurogastronomy, After Surgical Weight Loss, Probiotic Akkermansia and More in the Obesity News Source

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Cells Lacking Nuclei Struggle to Move in 3-D Environments

A study led by UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and published in the Journal of Cell Biology examined the role of the physical structure of the nucleus in cell movement through different surfaces.

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Making Good Bacteria Better, and Easy to Track, Thanks to Genetic Engineering

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Using an approach that combines ultrasound imaging and genetic engineering of bacterial microbes, a team from California Institute of Technology (Caltech), with funding from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), has created a powerful new system to track bacteria dispatched to deliver therapies deep inside the body.

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Can Stem Cell Exosome Therapy Reduce Fatal Heart Disease in Diabetes?

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Researchers have data that diabetes impairs removal of dead heart-muscle cells by macrophages after heart attacks, and that exosomes can improve this removal. Impaired removal may be the reason diabetes increases the risk for cardiovascular disease, including heart failure.







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