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The overall research goal of David O. Warner, M.D., is to improve the health of patients who need surgery and patients who have chronic pain. He also works with the Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences (CCaTS) to train the next generation of researchers who will make discoveries to improve human health.
Although modern surgery and anesthetic techniques are generally quite safe, there are many opportunities to improve the care of patients undergoing surgery, and Dr. Warner's work addresses several of these areas, such as studying the potential long-term effects of anesthesia on the brains of young children and how to minimize these effects. He also works to make a lasting difference to long-term health through efforts such as using the time around surgery as an opportunity to help patients quit smoking.
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