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Assessment of induction, recovery, agitation upon awakening, and consumption with the use of two brands of sevoflurane for ambulatory anesthesia.
Target: Ambulatory Anesthesia Associates, Genesis Anesthesia Services
Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia Consensus Statement on Preoperative Selection of Adult Patients Scheduled for Ambulatory Surgery.
Comparison of recovery profile after ambulatory anesthesia with propofol, isoflurane, sevoflurane and desflurane: a systematic review.
Schwarz SKW, Butterfield NN, MacLeod BA et al 2004 Under 'real world' conditions, desflurane increases drug cost without speeding discharge after short ambulatory anesthesia compared to isoflurane Canadian Journal of Anesthesia 51 (9) 892-898
A multicenter comparison of maintenance and recovery with sevoflurane or isoflorane for adult ambulatory anesthesia.
Effect of Bispectral Index Monitoring on ambulatory anesthesia, A Meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials and cost analysis.
Contract awarded for the purpose of this tender is to hire the necessary human resources to perform surgeries cholecystectomy ambulatory anesthesia and solve patients requiring performing these intervencioneslas which are detailed in appendix no.
The development of ambulatory anesthesia and future challenges.
With over ten years experience, and as the only national full-service, turnkey, office-based anesthesia practice accredited by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), Mobile Anesthesiologists has set the standard for patient safety and quality of care in the practice of ambulatory anesthesia.
He is currently on the Board of Directors for International Society of Anesthetic Pharmacology and Society of Ambulatory Anesthesia.
Rapid recovery, adequate analgesia, prevention of PONV, and timely discharge are essential to a successful ambulatory anesthesia practice.