American Society of Anesthesiologists: Is Apathy or Avarice Precluding Advocacy of Better Patient Safety?

March 9th, 2010 by gaf-admin

“What part of ‘medicate the brain, measure it’ does the ASA not understand?” asks prominent, board certified anesthesiologist Barry Friedberg, Read More

Clueless In Chicago: American Society of Anesthesiology Response To Grey’s Anatomy TV Episode Appears ‘Unaware’ Of Major Public Health Risk

February 9th, 2010 by gaf-admin

The real public health risk is the routine practice of anesthesia over medication and post anesthesia dementia. Without widespread use Read More

Brain Damage: NFL ‘Gets It,’ American Society of Anesthesiologists Still Appears ‘Asleep’

February 2nd, 2010 by gaf-admin

Routine anesthesia over medication is a common practice without brain monitoring. Why does the ASA appear to continue to resist Read More

Michael Jackson Propofol Expert, Barry Friedberg MD, Spoke at Pan Pacific Surgery Meeting

January 19th, 2010 by gaf-admin

Office-based anesthesia (OBA) presents a unique problem set for anesthesiologists to solve. Patients must wake up quickly and able to Read More

Michael Jackson Propofol Expert, Dr. Barry Friedberg, to Speak in Veracruz

November 17th, 2009 by gaf-admin

Brain monitoring of Jackson’s propofol could have saved his life despite the other drugs in his body. For the second Read More

Cosmetic Surgery Anesthesia Web Site Gets Cosmetic Improvements

October 6th, 2009 by gaf-admin

With a ‘facelift’ for the 21st century, Dr. Barry Friedberg’s Cosmetic Surgery Anesthesia web site continues to showcase PK anesthesia. Read More

Michael Jackson: One Change Could Have Saved His Life

September 8th, 2009 by gaf-admin

Dr. Barry Friedberg can say, 1) brain monitoring of propofol may not be common, but it absolutely needs to be; Read More