Anesthesia Outside the Operating Room
An increase in the number and type of procedures outside and inside the operating room (OR), versus a decreased or equal number of anesthesiologists available, all scheduled as day surgery
An increase in the demand for special conditions to produce better images/results (e.g. MRI, dentistry)
An Increase in the complexity of cases due to an increase in survival rates of children with complex pathology.
KeywordsObstructive Sleep Apnea Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome Conscious Sedation Spontaneous Ventilation Painful Stimulation
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