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Richard R. Bartkowski, MD

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111 South 11th Street
Gibbon Building, Suite 8280
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6161
(215) 923-5507 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Training anesthesia providers for endoscopic sedation
  2. Plasma ropivacaine levels during awake intracranial surgery
  3. Rapacuronium: First experience in clinical practice
  4. A multicenter evaluation of the time-course of action of two doses of rapacuronium after early and late reversal with neostigmine
  5. Radiofrequency transmission to monitoring devices in the operating room: A simulation study
  6. Evaluation of neuromuscular and cardiovascular effects of two doses of rapacuronium (ORG 9487) versus mivacurium and succinylcholine
  7. Recent advances in neuromuscular blocking agents
  8. Efficacy and safety of divided dose administration of mivacurium for a 90-second tracheal intubation
  9. Measurement of CO2 response with the breath-by-breath automatic acquisition of the breathing pattern and occlusion pressure
  10. Intraoperative hemodynamic, renin, and catecholamine responses after prophylactic and intraoperative administration of intravenous enalaprilat
  11. Molar potency and the onset of action of rocuronium [7]
  12. A comparison of desflurane and isoflurane in prolonged surgery
  13. Postoperative use of flumazenil: Multicenter assessment of benefit to inpatients after general anesthesia
  14. Sufentanil disposition: Is it affected by erythromycin administration?
  15. The pharmacokinetics of droperidol in anesthetized children
  16. Rocuronium onset of action: A comparison with atracurium and vecuronium
  17. Should the gas outlet port on membrane oxygenators be routinely scavenged during cardiopulmonary bypass?
  18. Time-course of respiratory depression after an alfentanil infusion-based anesthetic
  19. Erratum: Intubating conditions after pipecuronium bromide: The influence of dose and time (J Clin Anesth (1991) 3 (202-206))
  20. Intubating conditions after pipecuroniurn bromide: The influence of dose and time
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