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Bradypnea: Top KOLs in the world

Albert MD Dahan #1
Albert MD Dahan
Department of Anesthesiology, Leiden University Medical Cent
Known for Respiratory Depression |  Ventilatory Response |  Epidural Analgesia |  Neuropathic Pain |  Surgical Conditions
Luc JSM Teppema #2
Luc JSM Teppema
Department of Anesthesiology, Leiden University Medical Cent
Known for Ventilatory Response |  Carbonic Anhydrase |  Carbon Dioxide |  Naloxone Reversal |  Respiratory Depression

J Gareth Jones #3
J Gareth Jones
Division of Anaesthesia, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, Mi
Known for Lung Volume |  Surgical Stimulation |  Bronchomotor Tone |  Auditory Evoked Response |  Rib Cage
C Jordan #4
C Jordan
St Mary's Hospital Medical School, Academic Department of An
Known for Auditory Evoked Response |  Surgical Stimulation |  Nitrous Oxide |  Rib Cage |  Bronchomotor Tone
Karen B Domino #5
Karen B Domino
University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA | Department of A
Known for General Anesthesia |  Gas Exchange |  Malpractice Claims |  Peripheral Nerve Blocks |  Blood Flow
Karen L Posner #6
Karen L Posner
Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine, University of
Known for Malpractice Claims |  Cardiac Arrest |  General Anesthesia |  Nerve Injury |  Brain Damage
Robert A Caplan #7
Robert A Caplan
From the Department of Anesthesiology, Vanderbilt University
Known for Cardiac Arrest |  Brain Damage |  Chronic Pain Management |  Eye Blocks |  Nerve Injury
Terri D Voepel‐Lewis #8
Terri D Voepel‐Lewis
Department of Health Behavior and Biological Sciences, 16121
Known for Parents Children |  Cognitive Impairment |  Informed Consent |  Pain Assessment |  Intrathecal Morphine
Lorri A Lee #9
Lorri A Lee
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University o
Known for Cerebral Autoregulation |  Pain Medicine |  Spine Surgery |  Peripheral Nerve Blocks |  Regional Anesthesia
Gregory W Terman #10
Gregory W Terman
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, School of Me
Known for Chronic Pain |  Spinal Cord |  Dentate Gyrus |  Morphine Hydromorphone |  Spraguedawley Receptors


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Bradypnea Bradypnea is a medical condition where the patient takes fewer breaths per minute than normal. This often leads to a serious oxygen deficiency, as breathing...