The history of nursing runs throughout the Bulfinch Building—even up and into its iconic dome.
Guidelines for operating room attire may change in 2019 and ease tension over donning the controversial bouffant.
By studying the mysteries of anesthesia and how it affects the brain, Patrick Purdon may have found a new way to predict Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative conditions.
The quest to find an objective measure for physical pain may be getting closer to its goal.
The waning of consciousness during surgery is a mysterious as it is routine. Finally, the curtain may be about to part.
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