Michael J Kremer

Michael J Kremer

St John's Hospital/university Of Illinois-Springfield In Springfield, Illinois. Dr Kremer Is A Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator And Is A Fellow In The National ...

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Michael J Kremer has direct influence:

ludwig angina
emergence delirium
nonopioid analgesics
nonsurgical pain management
student registered nurse anesthetists
emotional intelligence
aana journal

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Michael J Kremer has influence:

patient’s satisfaction
staff-patient relationship
lppsq questionnaire
repeated statistical
professional competence
major determinants
valid reliable self-reported multidimensional

Prominent publications by Michael J Kremer

KOL-Index: 10 Analgesia is a necessary component of any anesthetic technique, and can be achieved with local anesthetics, opioid and nonopioid analgesics, and inhaled anesthetic agents. Risks and benefits are associated with each of the agents and techniques described here, including local anesthetic systemic toxicity, respiratory depression, nausea, and urinary retention. Implementation of Enhanced ...
Known for
Analgesia Techniques | Anesthetics Opioid
KOL-Index: 9 Surgery is typically performed using one or more types of anesthesia. An important patient outcome related to the anesthetic, and a measure of quality from the patient's perspective, is patient satisfaction with anesthesia care. Currently, no psychometrically validated instruments that measure patient satisfaction with general anesthesia care are available in the United States. This ...
Known for
Integrative Satisfaction | Instrument Measure
KOL-Index: 8 To date, researchers studying emergence delirium in adults have not adopted a consensus on the terminology for the phenomenon, a formalized definition, a measurement tool or standardized differential diagnosis to distinguish emergence delirium from postoperative delirium, anticholinergic or serotonergic toxicities, and other physiologic issues that may present on emergence from anesthesia. ...
KOL-Index: 8 ABSTRACT: Emotional intelligence (EI) includes skills such as recognizing, understanding, and managing emotions. This pilot study investigated the utility of the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test Version 2.0 as a screening instrument in student registered nurse anesthetists by determining if EI predicted clinical performance. Scores from 11 participants enrolled in a single ...
Known for
Anesthetists Emotional
KOL-Index: 7 While the incidence of Ludwig angina is decreasing, this is an important disease process because failure to control the airway can have catastrophic consequences. Accurate diagnosis, airway control, antibiotic therapy, and, occasionally, surgical management are essential for patient safety. Ludwig angina is caused by a rapidly expanding cellulitis of the floor of the mouth and is ...
KOL-Index: 6 The pathophysiologic mechanisms for complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) are complex and elusive. The proposed etiologic mechanisms for CRPS include inflammatory responses, peripheral or central sensitization, and sympathetic dysfunction. Anesthesia care of patients with CRPS is challenging. Treatments including physiotherapy, peripheral vasodilators, sympathetic blockade, analgesics, and ...
Known for
Complex Pain | Syndrome Crps
KOL-Index: 5 Chronic pain is a growing epidemic in America. Challenges in patients' access to care, and in reimbursement to Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) who provide pain services, have resulted in a voluntary subspecialty certification in nonsurgical pain management (NSPM) for CRNAs. An evaluation was conducted of perceptions of CRNAs toward the value of certification in NSPM. An ...
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Varimax Rotation | Personal Satisfaction | Certification Tool | 474 Crnas
KOL-Index: 5 In this Journal course, the manifestations, etiologic and pathophysiologic factors, and incidence of Parkinson disease are reviewed along with current medical management. Medications and other factors that have an impact on the course of Parkinson disease are discussed. Suggested preanesthetic, intraoperative, and postoperative interventions are provided.

St John's Hospital/University of Illinois-Springfield in Springfield, Illinois. Dr Kremer is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator and is a fellow in the National Academies of Practice, the Institute of Medicine of Chicago, and the American Acad

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