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Infographics in Anesthesiology  |   May 2015
Seeing Analgesia during General Anesthesia: Three Ways
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Jonathan P. Wanderer
    Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
  • James P. Rathmell
    Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School
  • Illustration by Annemarie Johnson, Vivo Visuals.
    Illustration by Annemarie Johnson, Vivo Visuals.×
  • Dr. Wanderer is funded by the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research, Rochester, Minnesota, and Anesthesia Quality Institute’s Mentored Research Training Grant – Health Services Research, Schaumburg, Illinois.
    Dr. Wanderer is funded by the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research, Rochester, Minnesota, and Anesthesia Quality Institute’s Mentored Research Training Grant – Health Services Research, Schaumburg, Illinois.×
  • Address correspondence to Dr. Wanderer: jon.wanderer@vanderbilt.edu
Article Information
Infographics in Anesthesiology / Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems / Pain Medicine
Infographics in Anesthesiology   |   May 2015
Seeing Analgesia during General Anesthesia: Three Ways
Anesthesiology 5 2015, Vol.122, A23. doi:10.1097/01.anes.0000462882.97534.7b
Anesthesiology 5 2015, Vol.122, A23. doi:10.1097/01.anes.0000462882.97534.7b
Complex Information for Anesthesiologists Presented Quickly and Clearly
AUROC = area under the receiver operating characteristic curve; BIS = bispectral index; CI = confidence interval; HR = heart rate; PK/PD = pharmacokinetic–pharmacodynamic; SBP = systolic blood pressure.
Infographic created by Jonathan P. Wanderer, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, and James P. Rathmell, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. Illustration by Annemarie Johnson, Vivo Visuals. Dr. Wanderer is funded by the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research, Rochester, Minnesota, and Anesthesia Quality Institute’s Mentored Research Training Grant – Health Services Research, Schaumburg, Illinois. Address correspondence to Dr. Wanderer: jon.wanderer@vanderbilt.edu.
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