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SCA Newsletter Editor in Chief
Editors: Archer Martin
There is a maximum of 1200 words. Include up to 10 references.
Editor: Jessica Spellman
Summarize and review articles published in the past 6–12 months in journals related to cardiac anesthesiology (other than A&A and Anesthesiology). Content for the Literature Review includes
Editor: Kathrivel Subramaniam
Content for the Echo Corner includes
Send your topic suggestions to the section editor and include up to 10 references. There is a maximum of 1000 words.
Best Practice Corner
Editor: Dalia Banks
Share what you are doing or working on that is innovative or new in the cardiac anesthesia world. Send us a big-picture article about new ideas you have implemented and ways they are making an impact in your hospital and can make an impact in others. Content for the Innovation Corner should include
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