Clinical Anaesthesia

A wikibook for Clinical Anaesthesia. Readers with knowledge of the subject are encouraged to contribute.

  • Types of Anaesthesia
    • General Aanesthesia
    • Regional Anaesthesia
    • Local Anaesthesia
    • Sedation
  • Anaesthesia for Special conditions

Table of Contents edit

Pre-operative Care
  1. Common Preop Medical Conditions
  2. Premedication Drugs
  3. Premedication Therapy
Anesthesia Equipment
  1. Anaesthetic machine check
  2. Vaporizers
  3. Invasive monitoring
Induction of Anesthesia
  1. Clinical aspects of Induction
  2. Airway problems
Intra-operative Care
  1. Blood loss
  2. Airway problems
  3. Cardiovascular Monitoring
  4. Preventing Awareness
Post-operative Care
  1. Laryngeal Spasm
  2. Postop Pain
  3. Nausea and Vomiting

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