Dr. Kraynack is an anesthesiologist and pain management physician with 30 years clinical and research experience. He is a member of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) and has multiple publications in both clinical anesthesia and pain management areas as well as many research publications in the neuroscience areas concerning mechanisms of local and general anesthesia as regulated by cyclic AMP, and hypoxic hypoxia protection by adenine nucleotides. He has acted as consultant for pharmaceutical companies and writes and edits manuscripts, grants and performs in depth literature searches on medical topics for physicians, journals, medical device and pharmaceutical companies.
MD University of Pittsburgh 1973;
Anesthesia Residency Peter Bent Brigham Hospital (1974-76);
Anesthesia Research Fellow University of Pittsburgh 1976-77.
Areas of expertise:
Obstetrical anesthesia, regional anesthesia, pain management, mechanisms of anesthesia and pain relief; neuroscience; drug action; hypoxia;