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CURRICULUM VITAE
MICHAEL NATHANSON
MB BS, MRCP, FRCA
CONSULTANT ANAESTHETIST
NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST
QUEEN'S MEDICAL CENTRE
NOTTINGHAM
PERSONAL DETAILS

Professional Address
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Telephone


Date of Birth

Place of Birth

Nationality

Registration

Present Appointment
Clinical Tutor in Anaesthesia, University of Nottingham Editor, Anaesthesia (The Journal of the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland) Co-opted Council Member, The Association of Anaesthetists Past-President, Council Member and Trustee, Neuroanaesthesia Editor, European Journal of Anaesthesiology

Previous Appointments

Head of Service, Theatres at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Clinical Lead for NUH Trust on The Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre project (January 2004-November 2007) Training Programme Director, Nottingham and East Midlands School of Anaesthesia (April 2000-March 2003) Refresher Course Editor and Member of Scientific Programme Committee, European Society of Anaesthesiology (2007-2011) EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

General Education

Medical Education

Qualification


Postgraduate Qualifications



Membership of Societies

Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland Neuroanaesthesia Society of Great Britain and Ireland PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS
Senior House Officer in Cardiothoracic Surgery and Intensive Care - Senior House Officer in Medicine - Middlesex Hospital, London Registrar in General Medicine - Edgware General Hospital, Edgware, London Senior House Officer in Anaesthesia - Royal Free Hospital, London Registrar in Anaesthesia - Whipps Cross Hospital, London Registrar in Anaesthesia - St.Bartholomew's Hospital, London Visiting Assistant Professor - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas Senior Registrar in Anaesthesia - Nottingham and East Midlands Training Scheme CURRENT APPOINTMENT
Consultant Anaesthetist – Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham. Appointed: 1st March 1996. Special Interests: Anaesthesia for General and Emergency Surgery PUBLICATIONS

Original Articles and Editorials:
Frankel JP, Kempster PA, Stibe CMH, Eatough VMH, Nathanson M, Lees AJ and Stern GM. A
double-blind, controlled study of high-dose l-deprenyl in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease.
Clinical Neuropharmacology 1989; 5: 448-51.
Nathanson MH, Gajraj NM, Newson CD. Tracheal intubation in a manikin: comparison of supine
and left lateral positions. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1994; 73: 690-1.
Fredman B, Nathanson MH, Smith I, Wang J, Klein K, White PF. Sevoflurane for outpatient
anesthesia: a comparison with propofol. Anesthesia & Analgesia 1995; 81: 823-8.
Nathanson MH, Fredman B, Smith I, White PF. Sevoflurane versus desflurane for outpatient
anesthesia: a comparison of maintenance and recovery profiles. Anesthesia & Analgesia 1995; 81:
1186-90.
Nathanson MH, Gajraj NM, Russell JA. Preventing pain on injection of propofol: a comparison of
alfentanil and lidocaine. Anesthesia & Analgesia 1996; 82: 469-71.
Gajraj NM, Nathanson MH. Preventing pain during injection of propofol: the optimal dose of
lidocaine. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 1996; 8: 575-7.
Skinner HJ, Girling KJ, Whitehurst A, Nathanson MH. Influence of metoclopramide on plasma
cholinesterase and duration of action of mivacurium. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1999; 82: 542-5.
Bedforth NM, Hardman JG, Nathanson MH. Cerebral hemodynamic response to the introduction of
desflurane: a comparison with sevoflurane. Anesthesia & Analgesia 2000; 91: 152-5.
Ahmed AB, Nathanson MH, Gajraj NM. Tracheal intubation through the laryngeal mask airway
using a gum elastic bougie: the effect of head position. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 2001; 13: 427-
9.
Hancock SM, Nathanson MH. Nitrous oxide or remifentanil for the ‘at risk’ brain. (Editorial)
Anaesthesia 2004; 59: 313-5.
Castagnini HE, van Eijs F, Salevsky FC, Nathanson MH. Sevoflurane for interventional
neuroradiology procedures is associated with more rapid early recovery than propofol. Canadian
Journal of Anaesthesia 2004; 51:486-91.
Maxwell M, Nathanson MH. Parecoxib – getting to the heart of the matter. (Editorial). Anaesthesia
2006; 61: 823-5.
Books, Chapters and Review articles:
Nathanson M, Wilkinson DJ. The history of inhaled anaesthetics. Anaesthetic Pharmacology
Review 1994; 2: 79-84.

Smith I, White PF, Nathanson M, Gouldson R. Propofol: An update on its clinical uses.
Anesthesiology 1994; 81: 1005-43.
Nathanson MH, Gajraj NM. Anaesthesia for cerebral aneurysm surgery. British Journal of Hospital
Medicine 1995; 54: 405-8.
Smith I, Nathanson MH, White PF. The role of sevoflurane in outpatient anesthesia. Anesthesia &
Analgesia 1995; 81: S67-72.
Smith I, Nathanson M, White PF. Sevoflurane - a long-awaited volatile anaesthetic. British Journal
of Anaesthesia 1996; 76: 435-45.
Nathanson MH, Gajraj NM. The peri-operative management of atrial fibrillation. Anaesthesia 1998;
53: 665-676.
Wolverson A, Nathanson MH. Volatile versus intravenous anaesthetic techniques for ambulatory
anaesthesia. Current Opinions in Anesthesiology 1998; 11: 595-600.
Newson CD, Nathanson MH, White PF. Anaesthesia for daystay surgery (come and go). In: Healy
T, Cohen PJ, eds. A Practice of Anaesthesia (6th ed.) London: Edward Arnold, 1995.

Nathanson MH.
Anti-hypertensive drugs. In: White PF, ed. Anesthesia Drug Manual. Philadelphia:
WB Saunders Co, 1996.
Nathanson MH, Bogod D. Obstetric anaesthesia and analgesia. In: Morgan M, Hall GM, eds. Short
Practice of Anaesthesia. London: Chapman & Hall Medical, 1998.
Nathanson MH. Anatomy of the Nervous System. In: Aitkenhead AR, Smith G, Rowbotham DJ,
eds. Textbook of Anaesthesia. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 2001.
Nathanson MH, Simpson P. Anaesthesia for neurosurgery. In: Aitkenhead AR, Smith G,
Rowbotham DJ, eds. Textbook of Anaesthesia. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 2006.
Nathanson MH, Mahajan RP. Churchill’s Pocketbook of Anaesthesia. Edinburgh: Elsevier, 2006
Nathanson MH. Psychiatric risks. In: Hardman J, Moppett IM, Aitkenhead AR, eds. Consent,
benefit and risk in anaesthetic practice
. Oxford University Press, 2009.

Kathirgamanathan A, Nathanson MH. Neurological, psychological and psychiatric. In: Hardman J,
Mahajan RP, Aitkenhead AR, eds. Complications of anaesthesia. Cambridge University Press (in
press).
Wiles M, Nathanson MH. Local anaesthetics and adjuvants – future developments. Anaesthesia
2010; 65(Supplement 1): 22-37.

Moppett I, Wiles M, Nathanson MH. Oxford Handbook of Neuroanaesthesia. Oxford: Oxford
University Press, 2011.
Abstracts:
Nathanson MH, McCartney CA, Ferguson C, Jordan MJ. Onset of action of a small dose of
vecuronium. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1993; 70: 481-2P.
Nathanson MH,
Newson CD, Gajraj NM, Mendel PR. Intubation in the left lateral position. A
forgotten art? Anesthesia & Analgesia 1994; 78: S311.
Fredman B, Nathanson MH, Wang J, Klein K, White PF. Use of sevoflurane vs propofol for
outpatient anesthesia: recovery profiles. Anesthesia & Analgesia 1994; 78: S121.
Nathanson MH, Fredman B, Smith I, White PF. Recovery profiles after outpatient anaesthesia:
sevoflurane vs desflurane. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1994; 73: 722P.
Cernaianu AC, Spence RK, Vassilidze TV, DelRossi AJ, Carrig T, White PF, Nathanson M,
Okonkwo N, Wahr J, Faithfull NS, Keipert PE, Flaim KE. A safety study of a perfluorochemical
emulsion, OxygentTM, in anesthetized surgical patients. Anesthesiology 1994; 81: A397.
Gajraj NM, Nathanson MH. Preventing pain on injection of propofol: the optimal dose of lidocaine.
Anesthesiology 1995; 83: A835.
Bakshi KN, Nathanson M, Langford RM. Evaluation of a new technique for continuous in vivo
measurement of tracheal gases and assessment of oxygen therapy devices. P 1325. 11th World
Congress of Anaesthesiologists, 1996.
Smith I, Nathanson M, Fredman B, White PF. Effect of anaesthesia time on emergence from
propofol, desflurane and sevoflurane. D 883. 11th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists, 1996.
Nathanson MH, Farquhar I. Alfentanil attenuates the hypertensive response to extubation following
neurosurgery. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1996; 76 (Suppl 2): A208.
Skinner HJ, Girling KJ, Nathanson MH. The influence of metoclopramide on the duration of action
of mivacurium. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1998; 81: 636P.
Bedforth N, Hardman J, Nathanson MH. Cerebral haemodynamic responses to desflurane and
sevoflurane. Anesthesiology 1998; 89: A349.
Hodgkinson V, Henfrey L, Nathanson MH, Mahajan RP. Sevoflurane inhalational induction of
anaesthesia: effect on cerebral blood flow velocity. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1999; 82: A308.
Ahmed AB, Hodgkinson V, Nathanson MH, Bennett MWR, Pawsey SD. Propofol vs. sevoflurane
for maintenance of anesthesia for interventional neuroradiology. Anesthesiology 1999; 91: A190.
Hodgkinson V, Ahmed AB, Nathanson MH, Bennett MWR, Ramstack M, Castro D. Sevoflurane vs
propofol for interventional neuroradiology: ease and cost of administration. Anesthesia & Analgesia
2000; 90: S254.
Nathanson MH. Desflurane is ideal for ambulatory anesthesia. Proceedings of 'Ambulatory
Anesthesia 2000, Montreal', 61-4. Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia, 2000.
Ingram K, Nathanson MH, Lamb J. National survey of the use of intraoperative cell salvage in
neuroanaesthesia and anaesthesia for spinal surgery. Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology 2005;
17: 157.
Letters:
Nathanson MH
. Hints on tracheal intubation for non-anaesthetists. British Journal of Hospital
Medicine 1990; 44: 90.
Hamilton-Farrell MR, Nathanson M. Carbon monoxide poisoning in the home. British Medical
Journal 1990; 301: 1161.
Nathanson M, Hamilton-Farrell MR. Management of carboxyhaemoglobinaemia. British Journal of
Anaesthesia 1992; 68: 113.
Nathanson MH, Ferguson C, Nancekievill DG. Intra-operative airway maintenance for short
ophthalmological procedures in children. Anaesthesia 1992; 47: 542.
Nathanson M, Watson D. Concealed illegal drugs; an actual case of airway obstruction. Anesthesia
& Analgesia 1993; 77: 865-6.
Gajraj NM, Nathanson MH, Pennant JH. Intraoperative aspiration and the laryngeal mask airway.
Anesthesia & Analgesia 1994; 78: 613.
Gajraj NM, Nathanson MH. Pain during injection of propofol. Anaesthesia 1995; 50: 187.
Nathanson MH, Ezeh U. Diagnosing carbon dioxide embolism. British Journal of Obstetrics and
Gynaecology 1995; 102: 505.
Gajraj NM, Nathanson MH, Pennant JH. Authorship in anaesthesia journals. Canadian Journal of
Anaesthesia 1995; 42: 749-50.
Nathanson MH, John R. Anaesthetic training in the United States. British Medical Journal 1995;
311: 1024.
Nathanson MH, Gajraj NM. Reducing pain on injection of propofol. Anesthesia & Analgesia 1996;
82: 1307.
Smith I, Nathanson MH, White PF. Sevoflurane. British Journal of Anaesthesia 1996; 77: 295.
Nathanson MH, Gajraj NM. Pain on injection of propofol. Anaesthesia 1998; 53: 608.
Bedforth N, Hardman JG, Nathanson M. Cerebral hemodynamic response to the introduction of
desflurane: a comparison with sevoflurane. Anesthesia & Analgesia 2001; 92: 282-3.
PRESENTATIONS & LECTURES
Carbon monoxide poisoning - the Whipps Cross experience. Second National Conference, British Isles Group of Hyperbaric Therapists, London, December 1990. Intubation in the left lateral position. A forgotten art? 68th Clinical and Scientific Congress, International Anesthesia Research Society, Orlando, Florida, March 1994. Recovery profiles after outpatient anaesthesia: sevoflurane versus desflurane. Anaesthetic Research Society, Aberdeen, July 1994. Alfentanil attenuates the hypertensive response to extubation following neurosurgery. 4th Annual Congress, European Society of Anaesthesiologists, London, June 1996. A review of local anesthetic agents. National Representatives Meeting, Astra Pharmaceutical Corp., Irving, Texas, April 1993. Inhaled anesthetics. Department of Anesthesiology, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas, July 1993. The use and care of the fibreoptic laryngoscope. Department of Anesthesiology, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas, July 1993. Muscle relaxants: a review. Department of Anesthesia and Surgery, Texoma Medical Center, Denison, Texas, August 1993. Muscle relaxants in the Intensive Care Unit. Intensive Care Unit, Hillcrest Medical Center, Waco, Texas, November 1993. Anaesthesia Training in the USA, University Department of Anaesthesia, Nottingham, 1995. Sevoflurane anaesthesia and low-flow systems. Low Flow Anaesthesia Symposium 1996, The Association for Low Flow Anaesthesia, Edinburgh, October 1996. Sevoflurane - a long-awaited volatile anaesthetic, Northwest England Anaesthetists, Preston, March, 1997. Sevoflurane anaesthesia - safety and cost implications, Good Hope Hospital, Birmingham, April, 1997. Sevoflurane for induction and maintenance of anaesthesia, Abbott Symposium, London, June 1997. New inhaled anaesthetics - will they change our practice? University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, USA, February 1998. Early Management of Head Injury, Cerebral Pharmacology and Physiology, Upper and Lower Limb Blocks, New Inhaled Anaesthetic Agents. World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesia Annual Refresher Course, Gaborone, Botswana, November 1999. Desflurarane is ideal for ambulatory anesthesia. 'Ambulatory Anesthesia 2000, Montreal', June 2000. Sevoflurane - an ideal neuroanesthetic. Satellite Symposium, 12th. World Congress of Anaesthesiologists, Montreal, June 2000. Sevoflurane and cytoprotection. Satellite Symposium, ANZCA, Hobart, Australia, 2003 Inhaled or intravenous anaesthetics for neuroanaesthesia. European Society for Anaesthesiology, Annual Congress, Lisbon, Portugal, 2004 Anaesthesia for head-injured patients with non-neurosurgical injuries. Annual Scientific Meetings, AAGBI, September 2005 and September 2008 Critical appraisal of publications, Winter Scientific Meeting, AAGBI, January 2006 Journals, publishing and Anaesthesia in the next 75 years. Winter Scientific Meeting, AAGBI, January 2007. Neuroprotection in 2007, First UK-China Anaesthesia Symposium, Beijing, July 2007 Lectures on inhalational anaesthesia in the UK, Europe (Portugal, Greece), S. America (Peru), N. America (USA and Canada), Australia and New Zealand, Middle East (Lebanon, Kuwait and Dubai) and the Far East (Vietnam, Korea and China). Regional anaesthesia - does it improve outcome? AAGBI Core Topics, November 2009 MEDICO-LEGAL EXPERIENCE
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