Editorial  |   March 2015
Many Ways to Be a Proponent of Pediatric Anesthesiology
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  • N. Martin Giesecke, M.D.
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Pediatric Anesthesia / Editorial
Editorial   |   March 2015
Many Ways to Be a Proponent of Pediatric Anesthesiology
ASA Monitor 03 2015, Vol.79, 4-5.
ASA Monitor 03 2015, Vol.79, 4-5.
My practice of anesthesiology has been long removed from the realm of pediatric care. However, that wasn’t always the case. Early in my career, just after completing my residency training, I took all comers in my solo private practice. As my job transitioned to a group practice of cardiovascular anesthesiology, my care of pediatric patients continued. Some time later, the group with which I worked stopped providing care for pediatric patients, except for those who fit the adult hospital’s admission standards. Since joining the faculty at UT Southwestern Medical Center, my involvement with pediatric anesthesiology has been more of a collaborative affair, with me providing logistical support to our excellent group of pediatric anesthesiologists.
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