Anesthesiology for the Nonanesthesiologist
The practice of modern anesthesiology provides the “5 As” of anesthesia (analgesia, anxiolysis, autonomic stability, amnesia, and areflexia – decreased motor responsiveness) to patients through a pharmacologically induced and reversible state.
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