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Williams Discusses Anesthesia Effects on Babies in Burlington Free Press

September 29, 2016 by Brittany Willette

Robert Williams, M.D., UVM professor of anesthesiology and pediatric anesthesiologist at the UVM Children's Hospital, discusses the use of spinal anesthesia for surgery on babies amid growing concerns general anesthesia might adversely affect young brain development for an article in Burlington Free Press.

UVM Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatric Anesthesiologist at the UVM Children's Hospital Robert Williams, M.D. (Photo: COM Design & Photography)

(MARCH 9, 2016) Robert Williams, M.D., UVM professor of anesthesiology and pediatric anesthesiologist at the UVM Children's Hospital, discusses the use of spinal anesthesia for surgery on babies amid growing concerns general anesthesia might adversely affect young brain development for an article in Burlington Free Press.

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Williams Discusses Anesthesia Effects on Babies in Burlington Free Press

September 29, 2016 by Brittany Willette

Robert Williams, M.D., UVM professor of anesthesiology and pediatric anesthesiologist at the UVM Children's Hospital, discusses the use of spinal anesthesia for surgery on babies amid growing concerns general anesthesia might adversely affect young brain development for an article in Burlington Free Press.

UVM Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatric Anesthesiologist at the UVM Children's Hospital Robert Williams, M.D. (Photo: COM Design & Photography)

(MARCH 9, 2016) Robert Williams, M.D., UVM professor of anesthesiology and pediatric anesthesiologist at the UVM Children's Hospital, discusses the use of spinal anesthesia for surgery on babies amid growing concerns general anesthesia might adversely affect young brain development for an article in Burlington Free Press.