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For all of you who missed the highly entertaining and educational Trauma Anesthesiology Society Annual Meeting, turns out, you have not yet missed out on the educational component.  This editorial sums up Dr. Albert Varon’s dynamic and interactive talk on the five greatest strengths of Succinylcholine compared to Rocuronium.  We are looking forward to just as an exciting evening this year in Boston.

Just a little about the authors.  Dr. Lofgren is a house officer at the University of Florida in his third year of training.  He is interested in perioperative pain medicine and is planning on completing an Acute Pain Fellowship.  Dr. Sappenfield is an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida.  His research interests include: trauma, simulation, quality, and perioperative care of patients.

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