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Dr. Bryan Tune

Clinical Assistant Professor School of Health and Human Services
Nursing

Personal information
I have lived in the Central Valley of California for most of my life. I enjoy the availability of outdoor activities at my back door. Running, hiking, traveling, and spending time with my wife and beautiful daughter are my favorite past times. I have a passion for education and nurse anesthesia, and I consider myself to be a lifelong learner. As the Program Director for the Nurse Anesthesia program, it is my passion to deliver a nurse anesthesia educational program that will train future nurse anesthetists to become dynamic clinicians and leaders.

Publications/Presentations
Perioperative Femoral And Sciatic Nerve Blocks For Total Knee Arthroplasty Analgesia In The Adult Patient. (AANA, 2010. CANA, 2010. AZANA, 2011)

Massive Transfusion Protocol for Unplanned Liver Lobe Resection. A Case Study. (CANA, 2011. AZANA, 2011. Doctor of Nursing Practice Conference, 2011- Poster presentation).

Central Venous Cather Placement. An update on best practice measures. (AZANA, 2011. CANA, 2011).

Perioperative Ketorolac For Management Of Postoperative Pain. (Midwestern University Research Conference, 2007. AZANA, 2008)

Remifentanyl And Propofol Infusion For The Spontaneously Breathing Outpatient Pediatric Dental Surgery Patient. (AZANA, 2008)

Anesthetic Management Of Transient Septic Bacteremia In Burn And Necrotic Wounds. (AZANA, 2008)

Research Interests
Pain management, peripheral nerve block analgesia for total knee arthroplasty, massive transfusion protocols, and trauma, burn, and critical care anesthesia.

Content Taught
Principles of Anesthesia, Pharmacology, Leadership, Professional Issues, Leadership

Contact Details

School of Health and Human Services
btune@nu.edu
(559) 256-4946