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Anesthesiologists at University of Minnesota Physicians are part of a skilled team that works with you before, during and after surgery.

After a thorough evaluation, our anesthesiologists will develop an anesthesia plan tailored to your unique needs, then carefully monitor you during surgery. Throughout preparation, surgery and recovery, patient safety is our top concern.

Malignant hyperthermia
Our anesthesiologists have expertise in providing care for patients with susceptibility to malignant hyperthermia, a life-threatening reaction to anesthesia in which the body temperature rises suddenly. 

Pediatric anesthesiology
Anesthesiologists at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital are experts in providing specialized care for a range of pediatric patients:
• Premature infants
• Ex-preemies
• Babies with heart defects
• Babies with anomalies
• Babies with metabolic and inherited syndromes
• Children with malignant hyperthermia
• Autistic children
• Expert care for babies and children needing kidney, liver, heart, lung, pancreas and stem-cell transplants
• Children with obesity and super obesity
• Expert care for the child needing ambulatory procedures such as MRIs, CT scans, radiation therapy and respiratory and airway management
• Children with pain problems, with an emphasis on family-oriented care
• Expert care for newborns, infants and children who need sedation for medical procedures

Helping children understand surgery
Making surgery less stressful is an important part of care at University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. Anesthesiologists work with specialists from Child-Family Life Services to help children understand what will happen before, during, and after surgery, using age-appropriate language. For more information, click here.


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