Dr. Jeremy Sloan
Dr. Sloan has published 27 papers on anesthetic equipment and anesthesia for children, as well as
a Doctoral Thesis. He has addressed numerous Universities and Learned Societies in Canada, USA, Central and South America, Europe, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Dr. Sloan is a member of the Board of the African Medical Research and Education Foundation and has experience working in underdeveloped countries in the Americas and Africa.
Fellowship of the Faculty of Anesthetists, Royal College of Surgeons of England; 1958
He administered his first anesthetic in March 1952, and arrived in Toronto for the World Congress in 1960 obtaining Certification, FRCPC and LMCC. Doctorate of Medicine, (Cape Town 1969) on Acidosis in Cardiac Anesthesia for Children.
Since joining the Canadian/US Working Group on Paediatric Anesthesia Equipment in 1963, and Steering Committee on Health Care Technology (in 1973), and as Chairman of the Technical Committee on Anesthesia and Respiratory Equipment since 1985, Jeremy has worked on many other Committees in the field of anesthesia, including writing standards for most items used in anesthesia, and Standards of Practice for anesthesia in Canada. Dr. Sloan was the first medically qualified Perfusionist in Canada.
- Dr. Sloan introduced the concept of:
using inotropes to prepare patients for cardiac surgery
using drugs (Amicar) to reduce surgical blood loss
using steroids to protect against hypoxia
using steroids before cardio pulmonary bypass
using inotropes and buffers during circulatory occlusion
morphine anesthesia for children
Penthrane for bronchoscope and tonsillectomy
- Dr. Sloan popularized:
profound hypothermia caudles for urology vigorous treatment of acidosis.
- FFA RCS (England)
- MD (Cape Town)
- Registered Specialist in Anaesthesiology in Canada
- Previously registered Medical Practitioner in Great Britain, Newfoundland, Tasmania and South Africa.
- 2000 - Associate - Headache & Pain Relief Centre, North York
- 1999- Consultant, Department of Anaesthesia, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
- 1984- Consultant, Newborn and Developmental Paediatrics, Sunnybrook & Women's College Hospital, Toronto
- 1975- Associate Professor, Department of Anaesthesia, University of Toronto, Toronto
- 1964-1999 Senior Anaesthesiologist & Deputy Chief, Dept. of Anaesthesiology, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
- 1990-1992 President of the Medical Staff, and member of the Board, HSC, Toronto
- 1992-1993 Board member, HSC Foundation
- Member - Canadian Anaesthesiologists Society
- Life Member - Canadian Medical Association
- Life Member - Ontario Medical Association
- Life Member - Canadian Medical Protection Association
- Chairman, Technical Committee on Anesthesia, Respiratory Technology,
Medical Gas Pipelines and Acute Care.
- Canadian Standards International. Committee on Standards, Canadian Anesthesiologists Society.
- Board Member, Travelers Aid Society, Toronto.
- 2001 Jenkins Award, Canadian Standards Association (The John Jenkins Award is the most
prestigious honour bestowed by CSA to a person who is judged to have rendered
distinguished service in the development and application of voluntary standards.)
- 1988 Appointed to Safety Committee of World Federation of Anesthesiologists
- 1986 Invited Paper, Anesthesia Research Society of Great Britain
- 1981 First Honourary Corresponding Fellow, SA Society of Anesthesiologists, for
services to international anesthesia.
- 1968 Elected to the Academy of Anesthesiology
- Visiting Professor at training centres in Europe, South & East Africa, North &
South America, Australia and New Zealand, Southeast Asia, as well as, Canada
and the United States.
- Author of 30 plus papers and editorials in peer-reviewed journals.