On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
When heading to a doctor for major or minor surgery, or even simple pain relief, being uninformed about the options of modern anesthesia can make the medical experience unnecessarily frightening. Join Kojo and his guests as they discuss the history of anesthesia, and the variety of anesthetic options currently available today.
- Dr. AJ Hill Anesthesiologist
- Dr. Mae Chin Associate Professor of Anethesiology at George Washington University Medical Center and Co-director of the Pain Management Center at George Washington University Hospital
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