Dr. Khoa Nguyen practices Pediatric Anesthesiology in Pittsburgh, PA. As a pediatric anesthesiologist, Dr. Nguyen treats children who have experienced an illness, injury, or disease that requires surgery or a procedure. Pediatric anesthesiologists are qualified to evaluate complex problems and plan a safe anesthetic for each child. Through special training and experience, pediatric anesthesiologists provide the safest care for infants and children undergoing anesthesia.
Education and Training
New York Medical College 2006
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