IARS 2012 Resident Abstract Award Finalists

Airway Management in Low Tracheal Tumour – An Anaesthetic Challenge
Satinder Gombar, MD
Government Medical College and Hospital
Chandigarh, India

Beta-2 Adrenergic Receptors Polymorphisms Affect Labor Pain in Nulliparous Women
Abdullah S. Terkawi, MD
King Fahad Medical City
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Inhibition of Desflurane-Induced Postconditioning in a Murine Model of Long Term Beta- Adrenergic Receptor Blockade
Tobias Tischer-Zeitz
University of Würzburg
Würzburg, Bayern, Germany

Isoflurane Protects the Murine Myocardium Against Ischemic Injury Via the Preservation of Mitochondrial Respiration and Its Supramolecular Organization
Christopher Lotz, MD
University of Würzburg
Würzburg, Bayern, Germany

Lidocaine and Ropivacaine, But Not Chloroprocaine, Attenuate TNF-Alpha Induced SRC Activation, ICAM-1 Phosphorylation and Migration of Human Lung Cancer Cells Independently From Sodium Channel Inhibition
Tobias Piegeler, MD
University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System
Chicago, Illinois
University Hospital Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

Real Time Fiber Optic Monitoring For Spinal Cord Ischemia
Asher Emanuel, MD
Stony Brook University Hospital Stony Brook, New York

Troponin Elevation and 30-Day Mortality in Non-Cardiac Surgery
Judith A. van Waes, MD
University Medical Center Utrecht Utrecht, Netherlands

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