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2018 Oral Competition and Best Paper Winners


Richard Knill Competition

Dr Michael Dinsmore
Toronto Western Hospital
Toronto, ON

3D Printed Thermal Powered Laryngoscope




 
Residents' Oral Competition - First Place and Perioperative Best Paper

Dr Guillaume Bousquet-Dion
McGill University                 
Montreal, QC
 
Using multimodal prehabilitation to improve outcomes for frail patients undergoing resection of colorectal cancer


 
Residents' Oral Competition - Second Place

Dr Simon Feng
University of Ottawa 
Ottawa, ON

Increased Cost Associated with Anemia in Elective Colorectal Surgery




 
Residents' Oral Competition - Second Place and Obstetric Anesthesia Best Paper

Dr Matthew Kokotilo
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB

Correlation Between Maternal and Fetal Hemoglobin at Cesarean Section



 
Ambulatory Best Paper

Dr Michael Little 
Toronto Western Hospital
Toronto, ON

Total intravenous vs inhaled anesthetic for intraoperative visualization during endoscopic sinus surgery

 
Chronic Pain Best Paper

Dr Shalini Dhir
University of Western Ontario 
London, ON

Ketamine, lidocaine and combination for postoperative analgesia in liver resection: A randomized controlled trial

 
Critical Care Best Paper

Dr John Murkin
University of Western Ontario
London, ON

Initial Soft Tissue Oxygenation is Inversely Associated With Prolonged ICU Admission



 
CVT Raymond Martineau Prize Winner

Dr Emanuela Paradiso
Toronto Western Hospital
Toronto, ON

Echocardiographic evaluation of systolic ventricular function in a porcine model of DCD followed by cold storage


 
Best Paper Award in Education and Simulation in Anesthesia

Dr Zeev Friedman
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

Failing to Fail Underperforming Residents - Do We Have a Problem?




 
Ian White Patient Safety Award

Dr Stefan Kojic
University Of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, SK 
Co-Author: Dr Fabio Magistris               

Airway cuff pressures: Prospective observational multicentre study with a Canada wide-survey




 
Neuroanesthesia Best Paper

Dr Nicholas Amyotte
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB


Motor evoked potentials under isoflurane anesthesia in rats are increased with buspirone and levodopa/carbidopa


 
Pediatric Best Paper

Dr Susan Goobie
Childrens Hospital Boston
Boston, MA

Comparison of the Efficacy & Pharmacokinetics of Two Tranexamic Acid Dosage Regimes for Craniosynostosis Surgery

 

 
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Best Paper

Dr Maxim Roy
Universite de Montreal
Montreal, ON
     
Pec 1 block is associated with a significant motor block and no sensory changes: a volunteer randomized study

 

  

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