Failure to Regain Consciousness After Anesthesia
Failure to regain consciousness after anesthesia/surgery can be due to a wide variety of disorders ranging from delayed anesthetic recovery, postoperative delirium to persistent coma and death.
KeywordsGlasgow Coma Scale Postoperative Delirium Akinetic Mutism Adequate Tissue Oxygenation Anesthetic Recovery
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