Anesthesia Management

The main aim of the anesthesia management is to minimize the stress and the immune response while balancing and maintain the blood flow and oxygenation. Anesthesiologists should perform careful and detailed pre-anesthetic assessment prior to surgery (1-4 weeks). In some cases, by using the regional anesthesia certain complications can be avoided. Volatile anesthetics are effective in the maintenance of anesthesia. Muscle relaxants should be avoided. For safe anaesthesia it has been advised to uses propofol and remifentanil intravenously. For the pain control, use the regional anaesthesia, if they are showing minimal effects then opioids must be administered under the vigilant monitoring

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