Decision Making in Anesthesiology

Decision Making in Anesthesiology

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Examines vital topics in pre-anesthesia assessment, pre-operative problems, resuscitation, specialty anesthesia, post-operative management, and more. Its unique algorithmic approach helps you find the information you need quickly--and gives you insights into the problem-solving techniques of experienced anesthesiologists.However, during manual ventilation, a low-pressure alarm can also be useful in reminding the operator to apply positive ... cause of the alarm.7 First switch to manual ventilation and attempt to ventilate the patient with the breathing circuit bag.

Title:Decision Making in Anesthesiology
Author:Lois L. Bready, Dawn Dillman, Susan Helene Noorily
Publisher:Elsevier Health Sciences - 2007


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