Annette Schure MD

Annette Schure, MD

Senior Associate in Cardiac Anesthesia

Instructor in Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School

    Contact: 617-355-7737
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Medical Services


  • Cardiac Anesthesiology
  • Anesthesia


  • Anesthesiology Perioperative and Pain Medicine


  • English


  • Cardiac Anesthesia Services
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Experience and Education


Internship, Internal Medicine and Critical Care

Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital, University of Chicago, 2001

Chicago, IL

Internship, Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Emergency Medicine

Kreiskrankenhaus Community Hospital, 1990-1991

Neu-Ulm, Germany

Medical School

University of Ulm Medical School, Лис.89

Ulm, Germany

Residency, Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Emergency Medicine

University of Ulm, 1991-1995

Ulm, Germany

Residency, Anesthesiology

University of Chicago, 2001-2004

Chicago, IL

Fellowship, Cardiac Anesthesia

University of Ulm, 1994-1995

Ulm, Germany

Fellowship, Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia

Boston Children's Hospital, 1998-1999

Boston, MA

Fellowship, Pediatric Anesthesia

Boston Children's Hospital, 1999-2000

Boston, MA



Research Focus Area
In situ Crisis Resource Management Simulation and Education Airway Management in cardiac patients

For more information, please visit my research profile.


Publications powered by Harvard Catalyst Profiles
  1. Schure AY, Kussman BD. Pediatric heart transplantation: demographics, outcomes, and anesthetic implications. Paediatr Anaesth. 2011 May; 21(5):594-603.
  2. Odegard KC, Schure A, Saiki Y, Hansen DD, Jonas RA, Laussen PC. Anesthetic considerations during caval inflow occlusion in children with congenital heart disease. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 2004 Apr; 18(2):144-7.
  3. Schure AY, Holzman RS. Anesthesia in a child with severe restrictive pulmonary dysfunction caused by chronic graft-versus-host disease. J Clin Anesth. 2000 Sep; 12(6):482-6.
  4. Ruppersberg JP, Schure A, Rüdel R. Inactivation of TTX-sensitive and TTX-insensitive sodium channels of rat myoballs. Neurosci Lett. 1987 Jul 22; 78(2):166-70.
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