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Arthur Atchabahian

Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative Care, and Pain Medicine

Contact Info

212/598-6085

Education

1996-1997 — Washington University, St Louis, MO, Clinical Fellowships
1997-2001 — Columbia University, New York, NY, Residency Training
1998-1999 — St Luke's-Roosevelt Medical Center, New York, NY, Internship
2001-2002 — Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY, Clinical Fellowships

Overregulation: A Call to Arms
Atchabahian, Arthur; Boublik, Jan. Overregulation: A Call to Arms. Anesthesia & analgesia. 2016 Apr ;122(4):1223-1224 (2032182)

Prilocaine spinal anesthesia for ambulatory surgery: A review of the available studies
Boublik, J; Gupta, R; Bhar, S; Atchabahian, A. Prilocaine spinal anesthesia for ambulatory surgery: A review of the available studies. Anaesthesia, critical care & pain medicine. 2016 Jun 21;:?-? (2167002)

Long-term Functional Outcomes after Regional Anesthesia: A Summary of the Published Evidence and a Recent Cochrane Review
Atchabahian, Arthur; Andreae, Michael. Long-term Functional Outcomes after Regional Anesthesia: A Summary of the Published Evidence and a Recent Cochrane Review. ASA refresher course in anesthesiology. 2015 ;43(1):15-26 (1803592)

Regional analgesia for improvement of long-term functional outcome after elective large joint replacement
Atchabahian, Arthur; Schwartz, Gary; Hall, Charles B; Lajam, Claudette M; Andreae, Michael H. Regional analgesia for improvement of long-term functional outcome after elective large joint replacement. Cochrane database of systematic reviews (Online). 2015 Aug 13;8:CD010278-CD010278 CD010278 (1721782)

Plasma concentrations of ropivacaine following ultrasound-guided or nerve-stimulator-guided femoral nerve block: A prospective randomised study
Mouzi, Lisa K; Adams, Olivia; Cuff, Germaine; Lukasiewicz, Elaan; Champeil, Elise; Atchabahian, Arthur. Plasma concentrations of ropivacaine following ultrasound-guided or nerve-stimulator-guided femoral nerve block: A prospective randomised study. Anaesthesia, critical care & pain medicine. 2015 Dec 8;35(1):45-48 (1878172)