‘Women having a baby by cesarean delivery are generally at an increased risk for experiencing complications from anesthesia in comparison to women who deliver vaginally. However, our research displays anesthesia-related outcomes in cesarean deliveries have considerably improved,’ Guglielminotti said. There is no decline in complications connected with C-sections performed under general anesthesia, the findings showed. Meanwhile, the rate of complications around the time of surgical treatment that weren’t linked to anesthesia improved 47 % over the 10 years. The fact that more females have severe pre-existing medical conditions before having a C-section may help explain this rising pattern, the researchers suggested.She actually is a educated mentor for those in-training, and a role model for all those who work with her says Alexander Chou, MD, in his letter of recommendation of McEachen for the award. Nixon, Clinical Educator at Children's Medical center Boston, has been a dynamic member since 1989 and coordinates the Chemotherapy/Biotherapy Training course at Kids's Medical center Boston. Robinson, Advanced Practice Nurse at Saint Louis Children's Hospital, won this award for her article, Evidence-Based Practice Recommendations for Hydration in Children and Adolescents with Cancer Receiving Intravenous Cyclophosphamide in the July/August 2014 problem of JOPON.