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Skubas NJ, Shernan SK.  2013.  Intraoperative 3-dimensional echocardiography for mitral valve surgery: just pretty pictures or ready for prime time? Anesth Analg. 116(2):272-5.
Skubas NJ.  2009.  Two-dimensional, non-Doppler strain imaging during anesthesia and cardiac surgery.. Echocardiography. 26(3):345-53.
Skubas NJ, Shernan SK, Bollen B.  2015.  An Overview of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association 2014 Valve Heart Disease Practice Guidelines: What Is Its Relevance for the Anesthesiologist and Perioperative Medicine Physician? Anesth Analg. 121(5):1132-8.
Skubas NJ.  2015.  Teaching whole body point-of-care ultrasound: advancing the skills of tomorrow's anesthesiologists.. Anesthesiology. 123(3):499-500.
Skubas NJ, Lang RM.  2015.  Proximal isovelocity surface area: the three-dimensional "correction".. Anesth Analg. 120(3):513-4.
Skubas NJ, Mahajan A.  2014.  Intraoperative evaluation of left ventricular volume and function: it is time to usher in the third dimension.. Anesth Analg. 118(4):698-700.
Skubas NJ, Rehfeldt KH, W Beattie S.  2017.  Be FoCUSed: The Time Is Now!. Anesth Analg. 124(3):714-715.
Skubas NJ.  2017.  A Road Map to Assess Clinical Competency in Basic Transesophageal Echocardiography.. Anesthesiology. 126(4):582-584.
Skubas NJ, London MJ.  2017.  We Should Train for Strain.. Anesth Analg. 124(2):386-387.