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the branch of medical science that studies and applies anesthetics

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Those with at least three months of working experience in anaesthesiology were included.
16%) respondents refused to join anaesthesiology as a career and 27(50.
Conclusion: House officers had reservations about joining anaesthesiology as a career.
Professor: Department of Anaesthesiology, UFS, Bloemfontein
In 2003, Figueredo et al made an analysis of the publications of 10 important anaesthesiology journals in the 1997 to 2001 period (2).
A total of 22 journals relating to anaesthesiology were selected from the "anaesthesiology" category in the Science Citation Index Expanded Subject Categories in the 2008 Journal Citation Report (JCR) established by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) (4).
Articles published in the high impact anaesthesiology journals (IF >2) were also generated.
The ECG monitor market will be the strongest growing segment - mainly because ECG remains the most poplar base in anaesthesiology for patient monitoring - is expected to be worth $255.
The event was jointly organised by HMC's Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Perioperative Medicine and the Department of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and CT-ICU at Heart Hospital to commemorate the first successful demonstration of ether anaesthesia.
We recognise this day because the first demonstration of ether anaesthesia is considered one of the most significant events in history," said Prof Abraham E Marcus, chair, Department of Anaesthesiology, ICU and Perioperative Medicine and patron of the Organising Committee.
At Duke, he established a renowned paediatric anaesthesiology unit and practised, researched and taught there until clinical retirement in 1993, but continued for some years as a popular mentor, publishing papers, articles and books.