TPPM

Scope

Translational Perioperative and Pain Medicine (TPPM) focus on publishing innovative work, novel potential medications and technologies in perioperative arena and pain medicine especially these may have significant commercial value including new implications of a medication or device or new method in improving patient care and business in the related area.

Open Access

TPPM applies the Creative Commons Attribution License to all papers published in the journal. Under the CCAL, authors retain the copyright for their article and allow anyone to download, reuse, reprint, modify, and distribute as long as the authors of the original papers and the Translational Perioperative and Pain Medicine are cited. No written or verbal permission is needed from the authors or TRANSPOPMED.

Peer-Review

The quality of the work will be reviewed by the experts in the field who has no conflict of interests with the authors or the author's work.

Indexing and Archiving

Part of the paper from this journal has been indexed in PubMed and PubMed Central.

Current Issue

Is It Time for an Expanded Role of Dexmedetomidine in Contemporary Anesthesia Practice? - A Clinician's Perspective

Christian Bohringer and Hong Liu

Bohringer C, Liu H. Is It Time for an Expanded Role of Dexmedetomidine in Contemporary Anesthesia Practice? - A Clinician's Perspective. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2018; 5 (3):55-62.

Volatile Anesthetic Isoflurane Attenuates Liver Injury in Experimental Polymicrobial Sepsis Model

Sophia Koutsogiannaki, Hui Zha and Koichi Yuki

Koutsogiannaki S, Zha H, Yuki K. Volatile Anesthetic Isoflurane Attenuates Liver Injury in Experimental Polymicrobial Sepsis Model. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2018; 5 (3):63-74.

Research Progress of Three-Dimensional (3D) Bio-Printing Technology in Solving Clinical Airway Problems

Jing Lu, Qian Wu, Ti-Jun Dai, Qin Yin, Wei Cheng, Dun-Yi Q and Yin-Ming Zeng

Lu J, Wu Q, Ti-Jun D, et al. Research Progress of Three-Dimensional (3D) Bio-Printing Technology in Solving Clinical Airway Problems. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2018; 5 (3):75-82.

Reevaluating Withholding Intraoperative Opioids: A Lesson Learned from Visceral Pain Control in Laparoscopic Colectomy with TAP Block

Jinlei Li, Valeria Possick, Gregory Lessans, John M Aversa and Feng Dai

Li J, Possick V, Lessan G, et al. Reevaluating Withholding Intraoperative Opioids: A Lesson Learned from Visceral Pain Control in Laparoscopic Colectomy with TAP Block. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2018; 5 (3):83-86.