Chapter 14: Practical anaesthesia

January 2002
Surgical Care at the District Hospital;1/1/2002, p14
Book Chapter
Chapter 14 of the book "Surgical Care at the District Hospital" is presented. It examines the use of different types of drug produce anaesthesia as a means of providing good operating conditions. Procedures and important areas to remember the preparation for general anaesthesia were discussed. Thiopental, propofol and ketamine were among the types of intravenous of intravenous anesthesia mentioned.


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