Neurovegetative Stabilization during Clinical Anaesthesia
Anaesthesia disturbs the perpetual corrective interplay of sympathetic and parasympathetic body control. This disturbance is most obvious in altered Ymp baseline of cardiovascular function and altered control of the circulation. Other autonomic functions are also considerably affected, such as temperature control regulation, breathing and intestinal functions among them. The interplay of all bodily functions has by no standards been revealed to the last detail, and even less the effect of anaesthesia and surgery on them. What do we really know about the impact of surgery and anaesthetic state on the invisible immunoresponsive system?
KeywordsWithdrawal Syndrome Vagal Tone Clinical Anaesthesia Anaesthetic State Sympathetic Overactivity
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