Moss E, Petty WC, Peterson TG: Medical Gas Vacuum Systems. In Patient Safety in Anesthetic Practice, ed. Morell RC and Eichhorn JH. Churchill Livingstone, New York. 1997. P.23-54.
Peterson TG: What do Anesthesiologists Know About Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems? Journal of Clinical Monitoring, 11:(6)415-416, November 1995.
Peterson TG, Evans F: Shutdown of Gas System Need Not Be Dangerous. Journal of Clinical Monitoring,11:(2)144-148, March 1995.
Peterson TG: What do Anesthesiologists Know About Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems? APSF Newsletter, 10:(1)11-12, Spring 1995.
Peterson TG, Calkins JM: The Circle Breathing System: From High Flow to Closed Circuit Anaesthesia. In International Practice of Anaesthesia, ed. Prys- Roberts, C and Brown, BR Jr. Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford. 1994. Vol 2, Ch 146.
1994 Peterson TG, Bhatt SB, Patel C, Johnson W, Vernasco D: Intraoperative Transesphageal Cardiac Pacing Using Stat Pace II A; Ease of Use and Efficacy 1994 Peterson TG: A Prospective, Randomized, Double Blind Study to Evaluate the Use and Bolus IV Midazolam and Continuous Infusion of Propofol in Outpatient Diagnostic Surgical Procedures Roche Multicenter Study Protocol #125 1994 Peterson TG: A Prospective, Randomized, Double Blind Study To Evaluate The Use and Bolus IV Midazolam and Continuous Infusion of Propofol in Outpatient Therapeutic Surgical Procedures Roche Multicenter Study Protocol #138 1996 Peterson TG: A Comparison of Clinical Experiences and Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Elective Surgery Under General Anesthesia With Ultiva (Remifentanyl HCL) versus Hypnotic/Inhalation-based Anesthesia
Dr. Peterson received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1981. He then went on to medical school at the University of Arizona, graduating in 1985. Dr. Peterson did his internship with the Department of Internal Medicine, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His residency was completed with the Department of Anesthesia, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1989. Currently, he is a Clinical Associate Professor of Anesthesiology with the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and also works in private practice at Red Mountain Anesthesia in Phoenix, Arizona.