outpatient anesthesia

am·bu·la·tory an·es·the·si·a

anesthesia provided on an outpatient basis.
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14 July 2017 - Florida, US-based gastroenterology network Gastro Health, LLC has acquired the practice of Digestive Health Physicians and Outpatient Anesthesia Specialists, LLC in Fort Myers, Florida, the company said.
Target: Digestive Health Physicians and Outpatient Anesthesia Specialists
Ambulatory outpatient anesthesia. In: Miller RD, ed.
The convention touched on the laryngeal reflux, the challenges facing the teaching of surgery, topics related to testosterone, as well as new challenges in the outpatient anesthesia guidelines, excessive hand sweating and congenital metabolic errors.
Outpatient anesthesia with field block avoids polypharmacy, is safe and economical because it avoids hospital stay.
The optimal anesthetic technique for outpatient anesthesia should provide a rapid, smooth induction of anesthesia, stable hemodynamics with superior operating conditions, intraoperative amnesia and analgesia, and prompt awakening at the conclusion of the procedure4.
anesthesia, outpatient anesthesia, anesthesia for open heart surgeries and
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 effect of bispectral index monitoring on endtidal gas concentration and recovery duration after outpatient anesthesia. Anesth Analg 2001; 93:613-619.
It delivers both inpatient and outpatient anesthesia services for the El Camino Hospital System, as well as a number of ambulatory surgery centers, based in Silicon Valley.
Propofol versus thiopental for outpatient anesthesia. Anesthesiology 1987;67(3):431-3.