Where are they now? Evolution of a nurse anesthesia training school in Ghana and a survey of graduates. Potisek MG, Hatch DM, Atito-Narh E, Agudogo J, Olufolabi AJ, Rieker M, Muir HA, Owen MD.. Front Public Health. 2017;5():78.
Where are they now? A survey of the graduates of Nurse Anesthesia Training School at Ridge Regional Hospital in Ghana [abstract]. Hatch DM, Potisek MG, Brennan K, Atito-Narh E, Olufolabi A, Owen M.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA); 2016 May 18-22; Boston (MA). 2016;():SA-39.
Refractory status epilepticus after inadvertent intrathecal injection of tranexamic acid treated by magnesium sulfate. Hatch DM, Atito-Narh E, Herschmiller EJ, Olufolabi AJ, Owen MD.. Int J Obstet Anesth. 2016;26():71-75.
Novel use of magnesium to treat refractory status epilepticus after accidental intrathecal infection of tranexamic acid [abstract]. Hatch DM, Owen M, Herschmiller E, Narh EA, Olufolabi AJ.. In: Abstracts of the 47th Annual SOAP Meeting; 2015 May 13-17; Colorado Springs (CO). 2015;():357.
Refractory status epilepticus after inadvertent intrathecal injection of tranexamic acid treated by magnesium sulfate therapy [abstract]. Herschmiller E, Hatch DM, Owen M, Atito-Narh E, Olufolabi A.. In: Abstracts of the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine (ASRA); 2015 May 14-16; Las Vegas (NV). 2015;():A229.
Cancer and deliberate hypothyroidism, anesthesia, and myxedema coma: the curse of oncologic outcomes based on hypothyroidism [editorial]. Hatch DM, Roy RC.. J Clin Anesth. 2013;25(1):1-3.
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