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Fast Track Anaesthesia

  • M. Merli
  • M. Migliarese
  • F. Milazzo
Conference paper

Abstract

The evolution of scientific knowledge, the technical improvement in anaesthesia, surgery and cardiopulmonary bypass approach together with cost constraints are the main determinants for developing of Fast Track strategies for patients undergoing cardiac surgery.

Keywords

Antiarrhythmic Drug Pulmonary Artery Catheter Fast Track Early Extubation Preoperative Predictor 
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  • M. Merli
  • M. Migliarese
  • F. Milazzo

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