Fluid Resuscitation Anesthesia

Fluid requirements in anesthesia must be checked before, during and after any major or minor surgery. Any accurate blood loss, plasma or GIT fluid must be replaced and action must be taken of sweating, Chronic Malnutrition, and Starvation. Accumulating fluid losses can contain many liters. The first stage of Fluid Resuscitation should be considered as soon as possible or it will be impossible in emergency resuscitation conditions. So, during this period General anesthesia can become dangerous and conduction anesthesia is preferred. In this period blood becomes essential to restore oxygen-carrying capacity when more than 20% of the fluid is lost. During surgery extracellular fluid is isolated in the tissue of trauma patients. In general 1/3rd to 1/2th of estimated 24hrs fluid requirement should be administered through parental route in measure to avoid total fluid loss during the operation.

  1. Complications of Blood loss
  2. Monitoring the blood levels of Potassium and glucose
  • Awake craniotomy
  • Screening for Immunodeficiency viruses
  • Patient condition in Fluid Resuscitation Anesthesia

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