Advances in Life Sciences

Advances in Life Sciences is an international journal publishing articles that emphasize the molecular, cellular, and functional basis of therapy. All articles are rigorously reviewed. The journal favors publication of full-length papers where modern scientific technologies are used to explain molecular, cellular and physiological mechanisms.

Jason Bryant

Assistant Professor, Nationwide childrens hospital, the Ohio State University Medical Center, USA

Research Areas

Anesthesia, pediatric anesthesia, cost containment

Publications: Journals

[1]  Effect of cuffed and uncuffed endotracheal tubes on the oropharyngeal oxygen and volatile anesthetic agent concentration in children.
[2]  Can the intracuff pressure be estimated by palpation of the pilot ballon?
[3]  The complicated uncomplicated epidural placed under general anesthesia: a complete spinal in the post-anesthesia recovery unit

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums

[1]  Squeezing teaching strategies into clinical practice. Utilizing simulation in the operating room environment for fiberoptic intubations
[2]  The complicated, uncomplicated epidural.
[3]  3D printing of airways and fiberoptic simulation
[4]  Cost containment of inhaled anesthetic in pediatric anesthesia: How much does reducing fresh gas flow matter?
[5]  The future of pediatric anesthesia
[6]  Oropharyngeal oxygen concentration using cuffed verses uncuffed endotracheal tubes during adenotonsillectomy.

Publications: Books/Book Chapters

[1]  Physiology of anemia and the threshold for blood transfusion
[2]  The difficult airway in pediatrics