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Lullaby Anesthesia Education

We at Lullaby Anesthesia Associates, LLC believe that education is paramount. Therefore, we have dedicated this portion of our website to disseminate the most recent, evidence-based practice information available on a variety of perioperative and anesthesia related topics. Please feel free to browse our catalog of articles, case studies, and practice information.

We also welcome independent submissions from recently published, licensed anesthesia personnel. If you would like your published article considered for inclusion on our website, please feel free to contact us and include a copy of the article. You will be notified of your submission’s acceptance prior to its placement on our website.

Cast your submissions today. We would love to hear from you!

Lullaby CRNA Education
312, 2016

Who Wants to be a Millionaire Leader?

Some people are natural born leaders. Some are groomed to become leaders, while other have no desire to lead. Wherever you fall on this continuum., it is important to know and understand what actions or qualities make a “leader” a good one. In this article, Tom Davis, CRNA presents a rubric to follow for those pursuing positions in leadership roles. Who Wants to be a Millionaire Leader? Author: Thomas Davis, CRNA Pro CRNA - December 3, 2016 -

110, 2016

Apneic Oxygenation

Unanticipated difficult airways can prove potentially fatal in the patient at increased risk for desaturation during the apneic period. As we attempt to secure the airway in these patients, are there any additional adjuncts the anesthetist can utilize to prolong the apneic period and avoid early hypoxemia? This article addresses some adjuncts that have proven themselves useful in such settings. Apneic Oxygenation: A Method to Prolong the Period of Safe Apnea  Authors Matt Pratt, MBA, BSN, BAAS, EMT-P Ann B. Miller, DNP, [...]

110, 2016

Perioperative Vision Loss

Postoperative vision loss is a major concern. As CRNA's, we must remain vigilant to ensure the safety of our patients. How much do YOU know about postoperative vision loss? Test and refresh yourself with this AANA Journal Course that addresses how this phenomenon occurs and what we can do as anesthesia providers to avoid it. Ready, set, GO... Perioperative Vision Loss: Considerations and Management Authors Kathleen Alwon, MSN, CRNA Ian Hewer, MSN, MA, CRNA AANA Journal - October 2016 - Vol. 84, [...]

110, 2016

Novel Use of Clevidipine

Hemodynamic management of the patient with Pheochromocytoma can present a difficult challenge. For patients who are at increased risk for severe intraoperative hypertension with manipulation of the adrenal gland, which antihypertensive medications provide the best management. This article addresses Clevidipine as a potential option. Novel Use of Clevidipine for Intraoperative Blood Pressure Management in Patients With Pheochromocytoma Authors Eric J. Lindstrom, CRNA Ahmed F. Attaallah, MD, PhD AANA Journal - October 2016 - Vol. 84, No. 5 - [...]

110, 2016

Factors Influencing Patient Safety

Transfer of patient care is a critical step in assuring positive patient outcomes. Nowhere is this pivotal step more important than in the setting of a critically ill patient, or, a postoperative patient. Is standardization of the transfer of care process beneficial to patients? Does it ensure that all pertinent information has been relayed. How can the process be optimized to ensure that communication between providers is effective and comprehensive? Factors Influencing Patient Safety During Postoperative Handover Authors Monica Rose, MSN, CRNA [...]

110, 2016

Breaking Through Economic Barriers

Electronic healthcare information systems have proven to be a vital resource when it comes to the delivery of healthcare, both in and out of the operating room. They streamline the delivery of healthcare and have made it easier for providers to access patient information across a vast healthcare continuum. While the benefits of these systems are clear, they do not come without a price, literally. This article presents the economical barriers faced by institutions who try to implement such systems. Breaking Through the Economic [...]