outpatient anesthesia

am·bu·la·tory an·es·the·si·a

anesthesia provided on an outpatient basis.

outpatient anesthesia

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Anesthesiologists from the US contribute 47 chapters on the history of the field, its scope of practice, learning approaches, and medical informatics; pharmacology and physiology; preoperative preparation and intraoperative management; special considerations for various diseases, obstetrics, pediatrics, elderly patients, transplantation, outpatient anesthesia, and procedures outside the operating room; recovery; and consultant practice, including critical care medicine, trauma, bioterrorism, natural disasters, and chronic pain.
The newest member of the inhalational anesthetic class, desflurane, has found a role in outpatient anesthesia and beyond, given its rapid elimination, thereby providing a rapid recovery.