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Agnes I. Hunyady, MD

Agnes I. Hunyady, MD

Anesthesia

On staff since September 2009

Academic Title: Acting Assistant Professor

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

    • Steve Shireline, Wa 04.28.15

      Exceptional in every area. We met in the morning prior to my daughters transplant. I get confident in the care that my daughter was going to receive and had complete confidence that she was in good hands. I kissed her good bye at 9:00 Am and saw her again 12 hrs later. Thank you for bringing my lovely girl back To me!

    • Alison Seattle, WA 12.01.14

      Dr. Hunyady was incredibly warm and compassionate with my child (who has autism). He was deeply anxious about undergoing general anesthesia. She went out of her way to give him as much control as she could give him, in a situation that by its nature requires giving up control. Dr. Hunyady was so sensitive to and respectful of my child's needs. She immediately understood what would be helpful to him (even though she had just met him). That was truly amazing. She truly went above and beyond, even when he was being very difficult to work with. Thank you Dr. Hunyady!

    • Amber Puyallup 09.10.11

      Amazing, Anesthesiologist!!! She made my child very comfortable during her surgery and she definitely relaxed me because I was more frighten then my child.

  • Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
    Robert D. Dripps, M.D. Memorial Award for the Outstanding Graduate Resident Albany Medical Center Hospital, Department of Anesthesiology 2004
    • Frawley G et al and The GAS Consortium
      Predictors of failure of awake regional anesthesia for neonatal hernia repair: data from the GAS study
      Anesthesiology , 2015 : 123
    • Davidson AJ, et al and The GAS Consortium
      Apnea after Awake Regional and General Anesthesia in Infants: The General Anesthesia Compared to Spinal Anesthesia Study—Comparing Apnea and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes, A Randomized Controlled Trial
      Anesthesiology , 2015 : 123
    • Hsieh, V. C., Thompson, D., Hunyady, A., Verma, S., Richards, M.
      Development of a Pediatric Airway Curriculum for Dental and Oral Maxillofacial Residents.
      International Assembly for Pediatric Anesthesia (IAPA) , 2012
    • Hunyady AI, Jonmarker C. Nares-Carina
      Distance in Infants and Young Children
      American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL , 2011 Oct.
    • Hunyady AI, Low D, Robins L.
      Preparing Fellows to Learn: An Innovative Airway Workshop
      Medical Education , 2011 : 45(11)1147-48
    • Ratsiu, J, Anderson, CTM, Hunyady, AI, Bailie, R
      Spinal Muscular Atrophy: General vs Regional Anesthesia
      American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA , 2010 Oct.
    • Hunyady, AI., DeCarlo, SM., Poulson, D., Medvid, Y
      Pediatric Adenotonsilectomies with Laryngeal Mask Airway
      Society of Pediatric Anesthesiologists Spring Meeting; San Antonio, TX , 2010 Apr,
    • Hunyady, AI, Pieters, B, Jonmarker, C.
      Appropriate endotracheal tube placement in children: don't throw away your stethoscopes yet!
      Anethesiology , 2009 Feb. : 110(2)434
    • Hunyady, A.I., Pieters, B., Johnston, T., Jonmarker, C.
      Front Teeth to Carina Distance in Children Undergoing Cardiac Catheterization
      Anethesiology , 2008 June : 108(6)1004-8
    • Hunyady AI, Pieters B, Johnston TA, Jonmarker C
      Front teeth-to-carina distance in children undergoing cardiac catheterization.
      18497600 Anesthesiology , 2008 June : 1004-8
    • Hunyady, A., Pieters B., Jonmarker, C.:
      Front Teeth to Carina Distance in Children
      Society of Pediatric Anesthesiologist Fall Meeting; San Francisco, CA , 2007 Oct.
    • Hunyady AI, Ehlers MA
      Severe polycythemia in an infant with uncorrected tetralogy of Fallot presenting for noncardiac surgery.
      16731327 Journal of clinical anesthesia , 2006 May : 221-3
    • Hunyady, A., Anderson, CTM
      Fever After an Epidural Blood Patch
      Society of Pediatric Anesthesiologists Winter Meeting; Miami, FL, , 2005 Feb.
    • Agnes I. Hunyady, MD, Thompson, D.
      Intraoperative Hypoxia in a Neonate with a Minimally Unbalanced Atrioventricular Canal for Emergent Laparotomy
    • Hunyady AI
      New Devices for the Management of the Difficult Infant and Pediatric Airways
      SPA Newsletter

  • Presentations Title Event Location Date
    Supraglottic devices - Airway Workshop instructor American Society of Anesthesiologists annual meeting Phoenix, AZ March 2015
    Airway Workshop instructor American Society of Anesthesiologists annual meeting New Orleans, LA Oct. 2014
    Future Trends: Competencies and Training in Pediatric Airway Management Society of Airway Management annual meeting Seattle, WA Sept. 2014
    Videolaryngoscopy Airway Workshop instructor Society of Airway Management annual meeting Seattle, WA Sept. 2014
    New Devices for the Management of the Pediatric Airway. PBLD Society of Airway Management annual meeting Seattle, WA Sept. 2014
    Training and Competencies in Pediatric Airway Management Society of Airway Management annual meeting Seattle, WA Sept. 2014
    Videolaryngoscopy Airway Workshop instructor Society of Pediatric Anesthesiologists Spring Meeting Fort Lauderdale, FL March 2014
    Teaching Airway Management to Non-Anesthesiologists International Symposium on the Pediatric Airway June 2013
    Airway Length in Children with Down Syndrome. Is it Different? Western Anesthesia Resident Conference Los Angeles, CA
    Perioperative Anxiety, URI and the Pediatric Patient, Malignant Hyperthermia 2nd Annual Eastern Maine Medical Center Perioperative Services Seminar Bangor, ME
  • Grant Title Grantor Amount Award Date
    internal fund to complete Nares-Carina Distance Study Principal Investigator Anesthesia Research Pilot Fund $10000 2011 - 2012

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Anesthesiology
Pediatric Anesthesiology

Medical/Professional School

Semmelweis Medical University, Budapest

Residency

Anesthesiology, Albany Medical College, Albany

Fellowship

Pediatric Anesthesia, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle

Clinical Interests

The pediatric airway