- Army anesthesia providers' perceptions of emergence delirium after general anesthesia in service membersJohn Tyler Wilson
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, USA
AANA J 81:433-40. 2013..The behaviors and consequences that were often or always seen included hyperactive motor behavior, pulling at the monitoring equipment, and making disruptive movements...
- Experiences of military CRNAs with service personnel who are emerging from general anesthesiaJohn Tyler Wilson
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
AANA J 80:260-5. 2012..4) Talking to all patients suspected of having TBI and/or PTSD before surgery and on emergence was vital for a smooth emergence. (5) There is something profound happening in regard to ketamine and PTSD and TBI...