Department: Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
University Hospital Ospedali Riuniti of Foggia
Dr. Dario Galante is a pediatric, neonatal and obstetric anesthesiologist of the University Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, University Hospital Ospedali Riuniti of Foggia, Italy. Author of many publications indexed on PuBMed, member and Editor in Chief of editorial boards and peer-reviewer of many international journals. He is expert in ultrasound regional anesthesia and pedaitric and neonatal anesthesia and pedaitric intensive care. He is President and founder many important scientific society and is committed and expert in the management of scientific societies, international conference activities and in developing guidelines and recommendations:
SIAATIP, Società Italiana di Anestesia, Analgesia e Terapia Intensiva Pediatrica (www.siaatip.it), SUA - The Society for Ultrasound in Anaesthesia - Italian Chapter (www.ultrasoundanesthesia.it) and Società Italiana di Partoanalgesia (Italian Labor Anaglesia Society www.partoanalgesia.it), Scuola Italiana Emergenze (Emergency Italian School, www.siemergenze.it).
He invented a new innovative technique in simultaneous noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring and ventilation through proseal laringeal mask airway and transesophageal doppler called “TED-PLMA Technique”, and a new innovative ultrasound abdominal block called "UAT - Ultrasound Abdominal Tri-block" (a combination of TAP Block and Ilioinguinal and iliohypogastric blocks) in pediatric patients.
His research interest mainly includes pediatric ultrasound anesthesia, neonatal anesthesia, ultrasound regional anesthesia, ultrasound pediatric and neonatal regional anesthesia, pediatric intensive care, hemodinamic monitoring, airway management, pediatric airway management, pediatric pain therapy, postoperative pain management.
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