Dr. Boris Yaguda is board certified in Pain Medicine and Anesthesiology. He completed his Fellowship training in Pain Management at New York University and his Anesthesiology training at Maimonides Medical Center in New York. After fellowship, Dr. Yaguda spent time in academic and private practice as an attending anesthesiologist and pain management specialist. His expertise includes both fluoroscopic and ultrasound guided procedures for treatment of a wide variety of pain conditions.
Dr. Yaguda authored several articles and presented his work in the field of pain medicine and anesthesia at various conferences. His professional affiliations include American Society of Anesthesiology, New York State Society of Anesthesia, New York Academy of Medicine, Spine Interventional Society and American Academy of Pain Medicine.
Research, Publications & Conferences:
*Yaguda B., Shekane, P., Gharibo, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Pathophysiology Diagnosis and Treatment. Educational Review.
Pain Medicine News 12(12) Dec, 2014
* Trunfio G., Yaguda B., et al. Ultrasound-Guided Axillary Block in an Anticoagulated Patient After Heartmate II Implantation. Open Journal of Anesthesiology Vol.4 No.7 July 2014
*Yaguda, B., Siefferman, J., Stellate Ganglion Pulsed Radiofrequency Neuromodulation for Raynaud’s Phenomenon in a Patient with Scleroderma
Yaguda, B. M.D., Belliveau, L. M.D. Hypotension and Delayed Awakening Secondary to Polypharmacy.
Yaguda, B. M.D., Trunfio, G. M.D. Regional Anesthetic Management in an LVAD patient.
Yaguda, B., Petralia, S.M., Stein, B., & Frye, C.A. (2002). VTA infusions of baclofen increase P-dependent sexual behavior of hormone-primed rats and hamsters.
*Petralia, S.M., Stein, B., Yaguda, B., & Frye, C.A. (2002). Picrotoxin pre-treatment attenuates the enhancing effects of increasing neurosteroidogenesis in the VTA on receptivity of rats and hamsters.
Hospital Affiliations: Lenox-Hill Hospital, New Yok Community Hospital