Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand mainly investigates Anesthesia, Intensive care, Analgesic, Pediatrics and Anesthetic. Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand works in the field of Anesthesia, focusing on Morphine in particular. His Intensive care research integrates issues from Intraventricular hemorrhage, Epidemiology and Intensive care unit.
Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand has researched Analgesic in several fields, including Jadad scale, Spinal pain, Physical therapy, Systematic review and Hyperalgesia. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mechanical ventilation, Intensive care medicine, Emergency medicine, Chronic pain and Prospective cohort study in addition to Pediatrics. His study on Anesthetic also encompasses disciplines like
Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand focuses on Anesthesia, Intensive care, Intensive care medicine, Pediatrics and Internal medicine. His work carried out in the field of Anesthesia brings together such families of science as Placebo and Randomized controlled trial, Surgery. His work in Intensive care addresses subjects such as Prospective cohort study, which are connected to disciplines such as Gestational age.
His Intensive care medicine research incorporates themes from Adverse effect, Noxious stimulus, Neonatal intensive care unit and Chronic pain. His studies in Pediatrics integrate themes in fields like Observational study, Epidemiology, Pain assessment, Emergency medicine and Severity of illness. His Anesthetic research includes elements of Glucagon and Insulin.
His primary scientific interests are in Anesthesia, Intensive care medicine, Pediatrics, Prospective cohort study and Internal medicine. Kanwaljeet J. S. Anand combines subjects such as Placebo and Weaning with his study of Anesthesia. His work on Pediatric intensive care unit as part of general Intensive care medicine research is frequently linked to Text mining, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Pediatrics research includes themes of Observational study, Epidemiology, Gestation, Opioid and Acute pain. His research in Prospective cohort study intersects with topics in Gestational age, Analgesic, Midazolam, Intensive care and Pain assessment. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Endocrinology, Immunology and Magnetoencephalography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Prospective cohort study, Intensive care medicine, Intensive care, Pediatrics and Internal medicine. His Prospective cohort study research incorporates elements of Offspring, Total Cortisol, Gestational age and Pain assessment. His study brings together the fields of Anesthesia and Gestational age.
His Anesthesia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Systemic inflammation and Glucocorticoid. His studies deal with areas such as Sedation, Midazolam, Epidemiology and Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation as well as Intensive care. His research integrates issues of Endocrinology, Protein kinase B and Physiology in his study of Internal medicine.
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Cognitive and behavioral outcomes of school-aged children who were born preterm: a meta-analysis.
Adnan T. Bhutta;Mario A. Cleves;Patrick H. Casey;Mary M. Cradock.
PAIN AND ITS EFFECTS IN THE HUMAN NEONATE AND FETUS
K. J. Anand;P. R. Hickey.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1987)
RANDOMISED TRIAL OF FENTANYL ANAESTHESIA IN PRETERM BABIES UNDERGOING SURGERY: EFFECTS ON THE STRESS RESPONSE
K.J.S. Anand;W.G. Sippell;A. Aynsley-Green.
The Lancet (1987)
Epidemiology and Treatment of Painful Procedures in Neonates in Intensive Care Units
Ricardo Carbajal;André Rousset;Claude Danan;Sarah Coquery.
Consensus Statement for the Prevention and Management of Pain in the Newborn
K. J. S. Anand.
JAMA Pediatrics (2001)
Halothane–Morphine Compared with High-Dose Sufentanil for Anesthesia and Postoperative Analgesia in Neonatal Cardiac Surgery
K.J.S. Anand;P.R. Hickey.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1992)
Extrapolating brain development from experimental species to humans.
Barbara Clancy;Barbara L. Finlay;Richard B. Darlington;K.J.S. Anand;K.J.S. Anand.
Can adverse neonatal experiences alter brain development and subsequent behavior
K.J.S. Anand;Frank M. Scalzo.
Do We Still Hurt Newborn Babies?: A Prospective Study of Procedural Pain and Analgesia in Neonates
Sinno H. P. Simons;Monique van Dijk;Kanwaljeet S. Anand;Daniella Roofthooft.
JAMA Pediatrics (2003)
New perspectives on the definition of pain.
K. J. S. Anand;Kenneth D. Craig.
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