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Andrew Milne

Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesia, Pain Management and Perioperative Medicine, School of Biomedical Engineering

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Contact

Andrew Milne, MD, MSc (Med. Biophys), BEng (Mechanical), PEng, FRCPC
Email: admilne@dal.ca
Phone: 902-473-7736
Fax: 902-473-3820
Web: http://nsanesthesia.ca/people/display-profile?display=andrew.milne  

Our Group

Our laboratory performs research on 3D kinematics and surface geometry digitization for orthopaedic and plastic surgery.

Recent Publications

Brousseau CA, Dobson G, Milne AD. Airway Management in Patients with OSA and its Effects on Post-Anesthesia Care Unit Length of Stay. Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy (2014) 50:23-26.
Milne AD, Brousseau CA. Effects of Battery Type and Age on Performance of Rechargeable Laryngoscopes. J. Anesth. (2013).
Milne AD, Brousseau PA. Complete flow obstruction in a 3-way stop cock due to a manufacturing defect. Can. J. Anesth. (2013).
Milne AD, Brousseau CA. Effects of Battery Type and Age on Performance of Rechargeable Laryngoscopes. J. Anesth. (2013).
Milne AD, Cave A, Brousseau P, Hung O. The effects of sterilisation on light intensity in reusable lightwands. Anaesthesia (2012) 67(1):40-2.
Milne AD, Brousseau PA. Shelf Life of Rechargeable Laryngoscope Batteries Without Recharging. Canadian Journal of Anesthesia (2012).
Milne AD, Cashen D. High inspired carbon dioxide levels due to afaulty absorber engagement pin on a Dräger Fabius GS machine. Can. J. Anaesth. (2010) 57(3):280-1.