Anesthesia and Respiratory Support

  • J. T. Davidson
  • S. Cotev

Abstract

In this chapter some aspects of anesthetic care in aquired valvular heart disease in children are discussed to stress the totality of the role of the anesthesiologist in the medical team.

Keywords

Depression Respiration Morphine Explosive Histamine 

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