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Special focus and expertise in difficult intubations, airway trauma, obstructive sleep apnea, intraoperative codes, code blue, cpr, cardiac arrest, hypoxia, hypotension. Also experienced in anesthetic drug interactions and toxicities, patient positioning, intraoperative burn injury, central lines


MD, Yale University School of Medicine; BS, Brigham Young University

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Fellowship trained anesthesiologist. 25 years in active clinical practice. Yale-educated, Wake Forest-trained. United States Air Force veteran, Operation Iraqi Freedom. Air Force Commendation Medal. Extensive teaching experience. Magna Cum Laude graduate of BYU, Board of Trustee’s Scholarship, Dean’s List. Multiple Five Star Spirit Awards for Excellence, Baylor University Medical Center. Completed SEAK expert witness training. Trial and deposition experience. Author of Anesthesia Basics series--short textbooks which explain anesthesia concepts in simple, easy to read text written at the level of the intended audience--perioperative nurses or medical students and residents of other specialties. Designed to be read in an afternoon, Anesthesia Basics covers topics from preoperative evaluation, airway management, and intraoperative monitors to neuromuscular blockade, anesthetic medications, post operative pain control and nerve blocks. Enjoys teaching and explaining anesthesia concepts to patients, residents and students of all levels from high school, pre-med or nursing school to CRNA school, medical school or residency training. Comfortable and experienced teaching and lecturing to large or small audiences. Respected for his clinical anesthesiology expertise and interpersonal communication skills, Dr. Lundell is a favorite of nurses, surgeons and patients alike.