The official newsletter of ASRA is published online each quarter. Articles address hot topics in the field and provide an opportunity for regional anesthesiology and pain medicine physicians to share their experiences and recommendations for various aspects of practice. Organization news and meeting information is also included, and the online format facilitates sharing articles with colleagues and on social media. (ASRA News is not peer-reviewed.)
Nabil Elkassabany, MD, MSCE, Editor. ASRA News
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ASRA News is published quarterly in February, May, August, and November. ASRA News is not peer-reviewed. Mention of specific products do not indicate or imply endorsement. Author opinions do not necessarily represent those of ASRA.