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The Best Anesthesiology Blogs

 

anesthesiablog

 

Very comprehensive Website about Anesthesiology by Ric Novak MD of Stanford

 

Here follows the Top Anesthesia Blogs, and a Podcast and Journal Blog, in this Gas Blogfest in this Blogspot!

anesthesiology blogs

Super Blog that has been doing Podcasts since 2009, by a couple of Nashville, Anesthesiologists. Dr. Gupta, Dr. Saied, podcasting on various journal articles, and discussing them.

Anaesthesia and Critical Care Blog

 

anesthesiology society

Well-written, acclaimed, personal blog

Author: Dr. Laszlo Hollo
Description: “A privately maintained site about anaesthesia and critical care.”
Quality: It has been regularly updated since 2006 by a Consultant Anaesthetist at Kettering General Hospital, Kettering, UK.

 

Anesthesiology Assistant

Author: ZMD
Quality: ZMD is an anesthesiolgist who has an active practice in a major metropolitan area, and has humorous online store! Aneology

hesioboist

Anesthesioboist Blog

Author: T.
Description: “Wherein an adult student of oboe chronicles her adventures in music, medicine, and faith, and other stories…”
Quality: Notes of an Anesthesioboist has been nominated in the category of “Best Literary Medical Weblog” for the 2008 Medical Weblog Awards.


The Anesthesia Blog

Author: Unknown
Description: A blog about anesthesia, anesthesiology, anesthetists and other things related to gas and the passing of it.
Quality:It has been updated since 2008 and has clear contact information.


Author: An anesthesiologist in Israel
Description: A blog about the practice of an anesthesiologist.
Quality: Member of the Healthcare Blogger Code of Ethics.

Anesthesia Blog

Burned out middle aged Anesthesiologist


Anesthesia Assistant

Anesthesiologist, Published Author from Atlanta Georgia

 

medicineforreal

From her “About” page: I’m Shirie Leng, an anesthesiologist.  I have worked in health care both as a nurse and as a doctor for 15 years.  The health care industry is just that, an industry.  As such it doesn’t have a whole lot of concern for the “customer”.  I write about the processes, redundancies, red-tape and pure pointlessness of much of medicine, so that you can make decisions and navigate for yourself.”