Dr. Kuen-Bao Chen is currently president of the Chinese Bu-Xiong Medical Association, and councilor of Taiwan Society of Anesthesiologists and Taiwan Pain Society. Dr. Chen completed his anesthesia training at Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Linkou District, in 1991.
He founded the Division of Pain Medicine of China Medical University Hospital in 1994 and served as the first director. He also visited University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey to have training of pain medicine in 1997.
Dr. Chen also went to Boston Children's Hospital, Massachusetts, USA to have training of pediatric cardiac anesthesia in 1998. In 2006, Dr. Chen obtained a master's degree from the Institute of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine of China Medical University. Dr. Chen specializes in cardiothoracic anesthesia, pain management and critical care medicine.
Clinical pain management, esp. interventional pain therapy, ultrasound-guided pain treatment, cancer pain, and intractable neuropathic pain
Pain research in basic sciences
Innovation of an implantable electrical device for pain control (with US Patent)
Specialty: Specialist/Anesthesia/Severe Cases/Pain/Cardiac anesthesia/Palliative Medicine/ ACLS instructor Research Topic: Relationship between Anesthesia drugs & Cancer Cell transfer Publications: 120 research papers and Disease case studies & 3 books.
Doctor Chia-Chen Chen is an expert in heart & chest anesthesia and critical intensive care; who mainly focuses on anesthesia for heart and chest surgery operations. Heart surgery anesthesia includes: Coronary artery bypass surgery, valve related cardiac surgery, congenital cardiac disease operations. Chest surgery anesthesia includes: Chest Tumor surgery, esophagus disease surgery. In his line of work, Doctor Chen focuses on the following: Enhancing of the overall safety and care for patient transport, quality of clinical extro-pulmonary circulation, cooperation with intensive care wards, comprehensive medical quality.
Professor Li, Chi-Yuan received advanced clinical anesthesia training at Massachusetts General Hospital; and is very accomplished in care for severe cases and pain treatment. He has a clinic Doctorate teaching class in the Graduate Institute of Biomedical Sciences, which integrates fundamental & clinic translational medical research and has deep innovative review of kidney and vascular diseases caused by cells and molecules.