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Dr. Thomas J. Mancuso

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Associate Professor of Anaesthesi...

Phone: (617) ***-****  
Email: t***@***.edu
Local Address:  Boston , Massachusetts , United States
Harvard University
79 JFK St.
Cambridge , Massachusetts 02138
United States

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  • MD
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SPA Newsletter, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Reviewed by: Thomas J. Mancuso, MD, FAAP
Panel members Joseph Tobias, MD; Yuan-Chi Lin, MD, MPH; and Thomas Mancuso, MD discussed many important areas in the specialty of pediatric anesthesiology.
Thomas Mancuso, MD, Director for the Anesthesia Sedation Service at Children's Hospital, Boston, discussed the provision of sedation and analgesia to children undergoing painful diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. He reviewed this clinical problem from the perspective of a pediatric anesthesiologist. He also discussed the approach that other pediatric specialists have undertaken with this difficult clinical problem and reviewed the role the department of anesthesiology can play in helping the non-anesthesiologist provide the important clinical care to children undergoing these painful procedures.
2002 Winter Meeting, 22 Nov 2012 [cached]
Thomas J. Mancuso, MD Children's Hospital Boston
Thomas J. Mancuso, MD, ..., 1 July 2002 [cached]
Thomas J. Mancuso, MD, FAAP Children's Hospital, Boston
Reviewed by: Thomas J. ..., 1 July 2000 [cached]
Reviewed by: Thomas J. Mancuso, MD, FAAP Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
Reported by Tom Mancuso, MD, ..., 1 Jan 2001 [cached]
Reported by Tom Mancuso, MD, Children's Hospital, Boston.
Reported by Tom Mancuso, MD, Children's Hospital, Boston.
Dr. Thomas Mancuso from Children's Hospital in Boston discussed local anesthetic agents and adjuncts in children. he reviewed information regarding the use of caudal and epidural ropivacaine including a discussion of the data about the relative toxicity of this new local anesthetic. Dr. Mancuso also discussed caudal administration of clonidine or ketamine in combination with the local anesthetics bupivacaine or ropivacaine.
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