Department Honors Graduates and Professor at Annual Graduation Dinner

The Department announces the recipients of the Outstanding Teacher, Outstanding Resident, Outstanding First-Year Resident, and Outstanding Graduating Resident awards

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Laughing gas does not increase heart attacks

Nagele, and his colleagues followed 500 surgery patients at elevated risk of heart attack and found that using nitrous oxide as an anesthetic during surgery did not increase heart attack risk.

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Barnes-Jewish Earns Top Honors on the Hospital Honor Roll

Barnes-Jewish Hospital and the physician partners at Washington University School of Medicine are once again the top hospital in both the St. Louis area and the state of Missouri.

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When Painful Lumbar Stenosis Limits Life

A new procedure called Image Guided MILD can help ease the pain associated with a condition called spinal stenosis, which causes severe radiating pain in the back and down the legs.

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Simulated Realities: Cutting edge Training for Clinicians

The Simulation Centers provide a wide array of simulated environments including sophisticated computer-driven mannequins that they help span the gap between theoretical learning and clinical practice.

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