Stroke Fellow, Massachusetts General Hospital & Brigham and Women's
The effects of listening to hemispheric synchronization on the amount of intraoperative analgesia required.Anesthesia and Analgesia.
Hyperlipidemia and primary prevention of stroke: does risk factor identification and reduction really work?Current Atherosclerosis Reports.
Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Operating Suite.International Anesthesia Research Society, Tampa.
The Behavioral and Physiological Effects of Supplementing Preoperative Anxiolytic with Hemispheric Synchronization.World Congress of Anesthesiologists, Paris, France.
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