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Anaesthetic strategies towards developments in day care surgery

  • A. Prabhu (a1) and F. Chung (a1)

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Ambulatory surgery is growing worldwide. The challenge of providing anaesthesia for longer and more complex surgery in sicker and elderly patients is a reality. To maintain the safety and good outcomes of ambulatory anaesthesia, high-risk patients will need to be evaluated carefully. Anaesthetic techniques that use short-acting drugs and minimize postoperative morbidity and mortality should become the focus. Policies on management of postoperative pain, nausea, vomiting, voiding and discharge from hospital will maintain good outcome measures.

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Correspondence: F. Chung (E-mail: frances.chung@uhn.on.ca).

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Anaesthetic strategies towards developments in day care surgery

  • A. Prabhu (a1) and F. Chung (a1)

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