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Anesthetic Considerations and Management

  • Christopher L. Yerington
  • Barry Nuechterlein

Abstract

The advancement of surgery into the digital and computer-assisted era has generated a new amalgamation of known anesthetic challenges. This chapter is designed to provide both surgeons and anesthesiologists with a quick reference, guiding optimal peri-operative care in patients receiving robotic urologic surgery. In addition, information critical to ensuring patient safety when utilizing computer-assisted surgical techniques is discussed.

Keywords

Laparoscopic Surgery Robotic Surgery Operative Laparoscopy Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy Ensure Patient Safety 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Christopher L. Yerington
    • 1
  • Barry Nuechterlein
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of AnesthesiologyThe Ohio State University Medical CentreColumbusUSA

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