AANA Journal Past Issues (2019 - 2011)

Past issues of the AANA Journal are posted on this page back through 2011.

2019

February 2011

Aug 21, 2018, 12:15 PM
Link to Digital Copy :
Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.
February 2011 AANA Journal

2018


On The Cover

Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.

In This Issue

Articles

  • Accuracy of Fingerbreadth Measurements for Thyromental Distance Estimates: A Brief Report There have been many contradicting studies as to how well preoperative airway assessments predict difficult intubation. This study assessed anesthesia providers’ estimated and actual fingerbreadth measurements to determine the effectiveness of the practice of using fingerbreadths as a measuring tool for thyromental distance. The authors found a statistically significant difference between estimated and actual fingerbreadth measurement for the index finger but not for the combinations of fingers.
    Keywords: Difficult intubation, fingerbreadth measurement, preoperative airway assessment, thyromental distance.
    Version: 2011;79(1):15-18. Authors: Martin Kiser, CRNA, MSN Judith A. Wakim, RN, EdD, CNE Linda Hill, CRNA, DSNc
  • Pediatric Respiratory Complication After General Anesthesia With Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke in the Home: A Case Report In this case report, the author presents information about long-term environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure in the pediatric population. Studies show that children who are exposed to environmental ETS are more prone to airway and pulmonary complications perioperatively. Research suggests the importance of a thorough anesthetic preoperative evaluation to reduce the risks of respiratory complications by educating parents on the detrimental effects of exposing their children to ETS.
    Keywords: Anesthesia, pediatric, respiratory complications, tobacco.
    Version: 2011;79(1):20-23. Authors: Annette Lyons, CRNA, MSNA
  • CRNA Prescribing Practices: The Washington State Experience One year after implementation of a 2005 Washington State law that granted Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) authority to prescribe schedule II through IV controlled substances, only 30% of CRNAs held prescriptive authority. The purpose of this study was to describe Washington State CRNA prescribing practices and workforce and practice characteristics. A secondary purpose was to analyze factors related to Washington State CRNAs’ adoption of prescriptive authority for controlled substances II through IV.
    Keywords: Controlled substances, CRNA workforce, nurse anesthetists, prescribing practices, prescriptive authority
    Version: 2011;79(1):24-29. Authors: Louise Kaplan, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC, FAANP Marie-Annette Brown, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC, FAAN Dan Simonson, CRNA, MHPA
  • Neuroimmune Activation and Chronic Pain Chronic pain is an extremely debilitating disease syndrome for which current treatment modalities are largely ineffective. This review article presents the recently proposed contributions of neuroimmune activation to the maintenance of chronic pain. Literature generated by the emerging field of central nervous system glial cell research, including genetic therapies, was reviewed to provide empirical support for this pathway. The clinical implications of neuroimmune activation to improved treatment of chronic pain states are discussed.
    Keywords: Chronic pain, neuroglia, neuroimmune activation, neuroinflammation.
    Version: 2011;79(1):31-37. Authors: Charles A. Griffis, CRNA, PhD
  • Moral Distress in Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists: Implications for Nursing Practice The purpose of this exploratory, descriptive study was to determine if Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) experience moral distress in their nursing practice. The author stated that although a small number of nurse anesthetists experienced high levels of moral distress, CRNAs generally experienced moderate levels of moral distress. The author concluded that strategies must be developed to assist CRNAs dealing with ethical issues and in decreasing the occurrence of moral distress.
    Keywords: CRNAs, moral distress, nurses.
    Version: 2011;79(1):39-45. Authors: Linda Clerici Radzvin, RN, PhD, CRNP
  • Polyuria With Sevoflurane Administration: A Case Report The purpose of this exploratory, descriptive study was to determine if Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) experience moral distress in their nursing practice. The author stated that although a small number of nurse anesthetists experienced high levels of moral distress, CRNAs generally experienced moderate levels of moral distress. The author concluded that strategies must be developed to assist CRNAs dealing with ethical issues and in decreasing the occurrence of moral distress.
    Keywords: CRNAs, moral distress, nurses.
    Version: 2011;79(1):39-45. Authors: Linda Clerici Radzvin, RN, PhD, CRNP
  • The Influence of Perioperative Care andTreatment on the 4-Month Outcome in Elderly PatientsWith Hip Fracture The purpose of this study was to investigate if factors such as prolonged waiting time before surgery, anesthetic technique, perioperative hypoxemia, hypotension, and anemia are associated with outcome in terms of mortality, postoperative confusion, in-hospital complications, and length of hospital stay in elderly patients with hip fracture. The results of the study indicate the great importance of perioperative optimization of the patient’s oxygen saturation and hemoglobin level and a reduction of fasting and waiting time for surgery in order to minimize postoperative morbidity and mortality.
    Keywords: Anemia, fasting, hypoxemia, mortality, postoperative confusion.
    Version: 2011;79(1):51-61. Authors: Karin B. Björkelund, RNANIC, PhD Ami Hommel, RN, PhD Karl-Göran Thorngren, MD, PhD Dag Lundberg, MD, PhD Sylvia Larsson, RNAN, PhD
  • Work Climate Related to Job Satisfaction Among Dutch Nurse Anesthetists This study investigates the relationship between work climate and job satisfaction among Dutch nurse anesthetists. To achieve a higher level of job satisfaction among nurse anesthetists, the authors said it is necessary to improve some essential work climate characteristics, such as making the nurse anesthetist feel an important part of the organization’s mission statement, discussing progress at work, giving recognition for delivered work, encouraging development, and providing sufficient opportunities to learn and to grow.
    Keywords: Job satisfaction, nurse anesthetist, work climate.
    Version: 2011;79(1):63-70 Authors: Vera C. H. Meeusen, RNA, PhD, MA Karen van Dam, PhD Chris Brown-Mahoney, PhD Andre A. J. van Zundert, MD, PhD, FRCA Hans T. A. Knape, MD, PhD, FRCA
  • AANA Journal Course: Update for Nurse Anesthetists – Part 6 – Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Neurosurgical Procedures: Anesthetic Implications Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (IMRI) for tumor resection allows a neurosurgeon to pinpoint the exact location of the tumor before resection and to navigate to the tumor after the incision is made. Although the anesthetic management is not substantially different from that for other neurosurgical procedures, strategies to keep the patient and operating room personnel safe can be challenging. In this course, the authors discuss the technology for IMRI, safety precautions associated with the IMRI procedure, and anesthetic implications for IMRI.
    Keywords: Anesthetic implications, intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging, neurosurgery, patient and provider safety, tumor resection.
    Version: 2011;79(1):71-77. Authors: Bernadette Henrichs, CRNA, PhD, CCRN Robert P. Walsh, CRNA, MS, MBA

2017

February 2011

Aug 21, 2018, 12:15 PM
Link to Digital Copy :
Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.
February 2011 AANA Journal

2016

On The Cover

Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.

In This Issue

Articles

  • Accuracy of Fingerbreadth Measurements for Thyromental Distance Estimates: A Brief Report There have been many contradicting studies as to how well preoperative airway assessments predict difficult intubation. This study assessed anesthesia providers’ estimated and actual fingerbreadth measurements to determine the effectiveness of the practice of using fingerbreadths as a measuring tool for thyromental distance. The authors found a statistically significant difference between estimated and actual fingerbreadth measurement for the index finger but not for the combinations of fingers.
    Keywords: Difficult intubation, fingerbreadth measurement, preoperative airway assessment, thyromental distance.
    Version: 2011;79(1):15-18. Authors: Martin Kiser, CRNA, MSN Judith A. Wakim, RN, EdD, CNE Linda Hill, CRNA, DSNc
  • Pediatric Respiratory Complication After General Anesthesia With Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke in the Home: A Case Report In this case report, the author presents information about long-term environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure in the pediatric population. Studies show that children who are exposed to environmental ETS are more prone to airway and pulmonary complications perioperatively. Research suggests the importance of a thorough anesthetic preoperative evaluation to reduce the risks of respiratory complications by educating parents on the detrimental effects of exposing their children to ETS.
    Keywords: Anesthesia, pediatric, respiratory complications, tobacco.
    Version: 2011;79(1):20-23. Authors: Annette Lyons, CRNA, MSNA
  • CRNA Prescribing Practices: The Washington State Experience One year after implementation of a 2005 Washington State law that granted Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) authority to prescribe schedule II through IV controlled substances, only 30% of CRNAs held prescriptive authority. The purpose of this study was to describe Washington State CRNA prescribing practices and workforce and practice characteristics. A secondary purpose was to analyze factors related to Washington State CRNAs’ adoption of prescriptive authority for controlled substances II through IV.
    Keywords: Controlled substances, CRNA workforce, nurse anesthetists, prescribing practices, prescriptive authority
    Version: 2011;79(1):24-29. Authors: Louise Kaplan, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC, FAANP Marie-Annette Brown, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC, FAAN Dan Simonson, CRNA, MHPA
  • Neuroimmune Activation and Chronic Pain Chronic pain is an extremely debilitating disease syndrome for which current treatment modalities are largely ineffective. This review article presents the recently proposed contributions of neuroimmune activation to the maintenance of chronic pain. Literature generated by the emerging field of central nervous system glial cell research, including genetic therapies, was reviewed to provide empirical support for this pathway. The clinical implications of neuroimmune activation to improved treatment of chronic pain states are discussed.
    Keywords: Chronic pain, neuroglia, neuroimmune activation, neuroinflammation.
    Version: 2011;79(1):31-37. Authors: Charles A. Griffis, CRNA, PhD
  • Moral Distress in Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists: Implications for Nursing Practice The purpose of this exploratory, descriptive study was to determine if Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) experience moral distress in their nursing practice. The author stated that although a small number of nurse anesthetists experienced high levels of moral distress, CRNAs generally experienced moderate levels of moral distress. The author concluded that strategies must be developed to assist CRNAs dealing with ethical issues and in decreasing the occurrence of moral distress.
    Keywords: CRNAs, moral distress, nurses.
    Version: 2011;79(1):39-45. Authors: Linda Clerici Radzvin, RN, PhD, CRNP
  • Polyuria With Sevoflurane Administration: A Case Report The purpose of this exploratory, descriptive study was to determine if Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) experience moral distress in their nursing practice. The author stated that although a small number of nurse anesthetists experienced high levels of moral distress, CRNAs generally experienced moderate levels of moral distress. The author concluded that strategies must be developed to assist CRNAs dealing with ethical issues and in decreasing the occurrence of moral distress.
    Keywords: CRNAs, moral distress, nurses.
    Version: 2011;79(1):39-45. Authors: Linda Clerici Radzvin, RN, PhD, CRNP
  • The Influence of Perioperative Care andTreatment on the 4-Month Outcome in Elderly PatientsWith Hip Fracture The purpose of this study was to investigate if factors such as prolonged waiting time before surgery, anesthetic technique, perioperative hypoxemia, hypotension, and anemia are associated with outcome in terms of mortality, postoperative confusion, in-hospital complications, and length of hospital stay in elderly patients with hip fracture. The results of the study indicate the great importance of perioperative optimization of the patient’s oxygen saturation and hemoglobin level and a reduction of fasting and waiting time for surgery in order to minimize postoperative morbidity and mortality.
    Keywords: Anemia, fasting, hypoxemia, mortality, postoperative confusion.
    Version: 2011;79(1):51-61. Authors: Karin B. Björkelund, RNANIC, PhD Ami Hommel, RN, PhD Karl-Göran Thorngren, MD, PhD Dag Lundberg, MD, PhD Sylvia Larsson, RNAN, PhD
  • Work Climate Related to Job Satisfaction Among Dutch Nurse Anesthetists This study investigates the relationship between work climate and job satisfaction among Dutch nurse anesthetists. To achieve a higher level of job satisfaction among nurse anesthetists, the authors said it is necessary to improve some essential work climate characteristics, such as making the nurse anesthetist feel an important part of the organization’s mission statement, discussing progress at work, giving recognition for delivered work, encouraging development, and providing sufficient opportunities to learn and to grow.
    Keywords: Job satisfaction, nurse anesthetist, work climate.
    Version: 2011;79(1):63-70 Authors: Vera C. H. Meeusen, RNA, PhD, MA Karen van Dam, PhD Chris Brown-Mahoney, PhD Andre A. J. van Zundert, MD, PhD, FRCA Hans T. A. Knape, MD, PhD, FRCA
  • AANA Journal Course: Update for Nurse Anesthetists – Part 6 – Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Neurosurgical Procedures: Anesthetic Implications Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (IMRI) for tumor resection allows a neurosurgeon to pinpoint the exact location of the tumor before resection and to navigate to the tumor after the incision is made. Although the anesthetic management is not substantially different from that for other neurosurgical procedures, strategies to keep the patient and operating room personnel safe can be challenging. In this course, the authors discuss the technology for IMRI, safety precautions associated with the IMRI procedure, and anesthetic implications for IMRI.
    Keywords: Anesthetic implications, intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging, neurosurgery, patient and provider safety, tumor resection.
    Version: 2011;79(1):71-77. Authors: Bernadette Henrichs, CRNA, PhD, CCRN Robert P. Walsh, CRNA, MS, MBA

2015

February 2011

Aug 21, 2018, 12:15 PM
Link to Digital Copy :
Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.
February 2011 AANA Journal

2014

On The Cover

Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.

In This Issue

Articles

  • Accuracy of Fingerbreadth Measurements for Thyromental Distance Estimates: A Brief Report There have been many contradicting studies as to how well preoperative airway assessments predict difficult intubation. This study assessed anesthesia providers’ estimated and actual fingerbreadth measurements to determine the effectiveness of the practice of using fingerbreadths as a measuring tool for thyromental distance. The authors found a statistically significant difference between estimated and actual fingerbreadth measurement for the index finger but not for the combinations of fingers.
    Keywords: Difficult intubation, fingerbreadth measurement, preoperative airway assessment, thyromental distance.
    Version: 2011;79(1):15-18. Authors: Martin Kiser, CRNA, MSN Judith A. Wakim, RN, EdD, CNE Linda Hill, CRNA, DSNc
  • Pediatric Respiratory Complication After General Anesthesia With Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke in the Home: A Case Report In this case report, the author presents information about long-term environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) exposure in the pediatric population. Studies show that children who are exposed to environmental ETS are more prone to airway and pulmonary complications perioperatively. Research suggests the importance of a thorough anesthetic preoperative evaluation to reduce the risks of respiratory complications by educating parents on the detrimental effects of exposing their children to ETS.
    Keywords: Anesthesia, pediatric, respiratory complications, tobacco.
    Version: 2011;79(1):20-23. Authors: Annette Lyons, CRNA, MSNA
  • CRNA Prescribing Practices: The Washington State Experience One year after implementation of a 2005 Washington State law that granted Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) authority to prescribe schedule II through IV controlled substances, only 30% of CRNAs held prescriptive authority. The purpose of this study was to describe Washington State CRNA prescribing practices and workforce and practice characteristics. A secondary purpose was to analyze factors related to Washington State CRNAs’ adoption of prescriptive authority for controlled substances II through IV.
    Keywords: Controlled substances, CRNA workforce, nurse anesthetists, prescribing practices, prescriptive authority
    Version: 2011;79(1):24-29. Authors: Louise Kaplan, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC, FAANP Marie-Annette Brown, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC, FAAN Dan Simonson, CRNA, MHPA
  • Neuroimmune Activation and Chronic Pain Chronic pain is an extremely debilitating disease syndrome for which current treatment modalities are largely ineffective. This review article presents the recently proposed contributions of neuroimmune activation to the maintenance of chronic pain. Literature generated by the emerging field of central nervous system glial cell research, including genetic therapies, was reviewed to provide empirical support for this pathway. The clinical implications of neuroimmune activation to improved treatment of chronic pain states are discussed.
    Keywords: Chronic pain, neuroglia, neuroimmune activation, neuroinflammation.
    Version: 2011;79(1):31-37. Authors: Charles A. Griffis, CRNA, PhD
  • Moral Distress in Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists: Implications for Nursing Practice The purpose of this exploratory, descriptive study was to determine if Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) experience moral distress in their nursing practice. The author stated that although a small number of nurse anesthetists experienced high levels of moral distress, CRNAs generally experienced moderate levels of moral distress. The author concluded that strategies must be developed to assist CRNAs dealing with ethical issues and in decreasing the occurrence of moral distress.
    Keywords: CRNAs, moral distress, nurses.
    Version: 2011;79(1):39-45. Authors: Linda Clerici Radzvin, RN, PhD, CRNP
  • Polyuria With Sevoflurane Administration: A Case Report The purpose of this exploratory, descriptive study was to determine if Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) experience moral distress in their nursing practice. The author stated that although a small number of nurse anesthetists experienced high levels of moral distress, CRNAs generally experienced moderate levels of moral distress. The author concluded that strategies must be developed to assist CRNAs dealing with ethical issues and in decreasing the occurrence of moral distress.
    Keywords: CRNAs, moral distress, nurses.
    Version: 2011;79(1):39-45. Authors: Linda Clerici Radzvin, RN, PhD, CRNP
  • The Influence of Perioperative Care andTreatment on the 4-Month Outcome in Elderly PatientsWith Hip Fracture The purpose of this study was to investigate if factors such as prolonged waiting time before surgery, anesthetic technique, perioperative hypoxemia, hypotension, and anemia are associated with outcome in terms of mortality, postoperative confusion, in-hospital complications, and length of hospital stay in elderly patients with hip fracture. The results of the study indicate the great importance of perioperative optimization of the patient’s oxygen saturation and hemoglobin level and a reduction of fasting and waiting time for surgery in order to minimize postoperative morbidity and mortality.
    Keywords: Anemia, fasting, hypoxemia, mortality, postoperative confusion.
    Version: 2011;79(1):51-61. Authors: Karin B. Björkelund, RNANIC, PhD Ami Hommel, RN, PhD Karl-Göran Thorngren, MD, PhD Dag Lundberg, MD, PhD Sylvia Larsson, RNAN, PhD
  • Work Climate Related to Job Satisfaction Among Dutch Nurse Anesthetists This study investigates the relationship between work climate and job satisfaction among Dutch nurse anesthetists. To achieve a higher level of job satisfaction among nurse anesthetists, the authors said it is necessary to improve some essential work climate characteristics, such as making the nurse anesthetist feel an important part of the organization’s mission statement, discussing progress at work, giving recognition for delivered work, encouraging development, and providing sufficient opportunities to learn and to grow.
    Keywords: Job satisfaction, nurse anesthetist, work climate.
    Version: 2011;79(1):63-70 Authors: Vera C. H. Meeusen, RNA, PhD, MA Karen van Dam, PhD Chris Brown-Mahoney, PhD Andre A. J. van Zundert, MD, PhD, FRCA Hans T. A. Knape, MD, PhD, FRCA
  • AANA Journal Course: Update for Nurse Anesthetists – Part 6 – Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Neurosurgical Procedures: Anesthetic Implications Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (IMRI) for tumor resection allows a neurosurgeon to pinpoint the exact location of the tumor before resection and to navigate to the tumor after the incision is made. Although the anesthetic management is not substantially different from that for other neurosurgical procedures, strategies to keep the patient and operating room personnel safe can be challenging. In this course, the authors discuss the technology for IMRI, safety precautions associated with the IMRI procedure, and anesthetic implications for IMRI.
    Keywords: Anesthetic implications, intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging, neurosurgery, patient and provider safety, tumor resection.
    Version: 2011;79(1):71-77. Authors: Bernadette Henrichs, CRNA, PhD, CCRN Robert P. Walsh, CRNA, MS, MBA

2013

February 2011

Aug 21, 2018, 12:15 PM
Link to Digital Copy :
Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.
February 2011 AANA Journal

2012

February 2011

Aug 21, 2018, 12:15 PM
Link to Digital Copy :
Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.
February 2011 AANA Journal

2011

February 2011

Aug 21, 2018, 12:15 PM
Link to Digital Copy :
Michael Ingersoll, RN, BSN (left), performs an awake fiberoptic airway examination under the guidance of Peter Kallio, CRNA, MSN, APNP, at Clement J. Zablocki VA, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Ingersoll, now a CRNA, was a student at Rosaline Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Nurse Anesthesia Program, North Chicago, Illinois, at the time this photo was taken. Kallio is clinical director of the Preanesthesia Clinic at Clement J. Zablocki VA, and an instructor at Rosalind Franklin. The preanesthesia clinic was developed by Kallio in response to a need for improved and consistent preoperative evaluation of the high risk anesthesia patient.
February 2011 AANA Journal