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vol. 53

Announcing new members of the Advisory Editorial Board

Radosław Owczuk
Szymon Zdanowski

Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy, Faculty of Medicine, Medical University of Gdansk, Poland
Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther 2021; 53, 4: 289
Online publish date: 2021/10/29
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We on the Editorial Board of “Anaesthesiology Intensive Therapy” are committed to continuous improvement of the quality of our journal, and thus we are excited that two excellent clinician-scientists have joined us in this endeavour.
It is our great honour to announce that Doctor Thomas Kander of Lund University (Sweden) and Doctor Dan Drzymal­ski of Tufts Medical Center (Boston, Massachusetts) have become members of the Advisory Editorial Board of “Anaesthesio­logy Intensive Therapy”.
Doctor Thomas Kander
Doctor Thomas Kander is a physician-scientist who serves as a senior consultant in Anaesthe­sia and Intensive Care at the Department of Intensive and Perioperative Care, Lund, Sweden. Dr Kander became an Assistant Professor in 2017 and is currently the leader of a large research group at the Medical Faculty of Lund University in Sweden, titled “Clinical Research in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine”. His research has focused on investigating several aspects of the speciality with a focus on complications after central venous catheterization, aspects of coagulation and transfusions in anaesthesia, and intensive care and epidemiology in intensive care. Dr Kander has an increasing research output and has published over 40 research papers in peer-reviewed journals during the last 4 years. The most recent article by Dr Kander and his team, “Effects of RBC-transfusions given to non-septic critically ill patients; a propensity score-matched study”, has been recently accepted for publication in “Anaesthesiology Intensive Therapy” [1].
Doctor Dan Drzymalski
Doctor Dan Michael Drzy­malski, MD, CHCQM, is an academic anae­sthe­siologist at Tufts Me­di­cal Centre in Boston, Mas­sachusetts, USA. He originally graduated with a bachelor’s degree in music and biology from Cornell University, and with a Medical Doctor degree from Harvard Medical School. He then completed anaesthesia residency training at Harvard-associated Massachusetts General Hospital and obstetric anaesthesia fellowship training at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. Currently, he serves in two roles as Obstetric Anaes­thesia Division Chief and Director of Quality in the Department of Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Tufts Medical Centre. He is also Vice President of the Medical Staff and has served on various hospital and departmental committees for several years. He is certified in Health Care Quality & Management and works with the hospital’s Quality Academy. He has published more than 20 peer-reviewed articles and has presented more than 40 conference posters and lectures. He also works in global health, having travelled in China with the No Pain Labour and Delivery Program to improve obstetric, anaesthesia, and neonatal outcomes [2]. Of two recent articles by his team, both regarding practical aspects of anaesthesia, one is available in this issue of “Anaesthesiology Intensive Therapy” [3], with the other published Ahead of Print on our website [4].
1. Kander T, Ulfsdotter Nilsson C, Larsson D, Bentzer P. Effects of RBC-transfusions given to non-septic critically ill patients: a propensity score matched study. Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther 2021. doi: https://doi.org/10.5114/ait.2021.110426.
2. Drzymalski DM, Guo JC, Qi XQ, et al. The effect of the no pain labor & delivery-global health initiative on cesarean delivery and neonatal outcomes in china: an interrupted time-series analysis. Anesth Analg 2021; 132: 698-706. doi: 10.1213/ANE. 0000000000004805.
3. Ranjan S, Hall LL, Al-Zarah M, Quraishi SA, Drzymalski DM. Identifying high dose neostigmine as a risk factor for post-operative respiratory complications: a case-control study. Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther 2021; 53: 327-330. doi: https://doi.org/10.5114/ait.2021.109398.
4. Chen W, Drzymalski D. Practice variability with syringe labelling practices among anaesthesia residents. Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther 2021. doi: https://doi.org/10.5114/ait.2021.110424.
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