Propofol & Michael Jackson’s death

January 18th, 2013 by gaf-admin

We do not blame the automobile for the reckless drunk driver’s deaths. By his own public admission, Conrad Murray was Read More

Surgeons’ Conundrum Exposes Patients to Avoidable Risks like Over Medication, PONV & Post-op Delirium

October 21st, 2012 by gaf-admin

Virtually every cosmetic surgery begins with the injection of epinephrine in lidocaine solution. Epinephrine provides shrinkage of the blood vessels Read More

Author Joins Dr. Marty Makary In Call To Make Medical Profession Accountable And Transparent

October 2nd, 2012 by gaf-admin No surgery under anesthesia without a brain monitor

Goldilocks anesthesia online tutorial now available

September 19th, 2012 by gaf-admin

Would be honored if you would consider sharing this information with your network of colleagues, friends & trainees.

Brain fog after anesthesia?

July 14th, 2012 by gaf-admin

When anesthesia is given without a brain monitor (i.e. the 20th century model of anesthesia care), over-medication is always given Read More

Conrad Murray faces new accusations… comment posted in LA Times & SF Chronicle

July 12th, 2012 by gaf-admin

Before Paul White was retained, as a recognized propofol expert, I was asked, by Murray’s attorney, Michael Flanagan, to defend Read More

Healthcare Catch-22… Published in OC Register 06/30/2012

June 30th, 2012 by gaf-admin

What does Obamacare share in common with Milo Minderbinder’s (an officer in “Catch-22”) corporation, wherein everyone has a (worthless) “share?” Read More

Failure to cite is failure to honor past achievement

May 30th, 2012 by gaf-admin

Kudos to Mathews, et al. (1) for more widely disseminating the increased utility of the BIS monitor with trending EMG Read More


March 26th, 2012 by gaf-admin

Good morning. Today marks the 20th anniversary of my first propofol ketamine anesthetic. Not many of our colleagues can claim Read More

Obamacare channels Catch 22

March 19th, 2012 by gaf-admin

Dr. Friedberg blog post in NY Times Paul Krugman Op-Ed: Hurray for health care