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AuthorEltringham, Roger J. author
TitlePost-Operative Recovery and Pain Relief [electronic resource] / by Roger J. Eltringham, Michael Durkin, William F. Casey
ImprintLondon : Springer London, 1998
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-0899-3
Descript XII, 199p. 43 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

Post-Operative Recovery and Pain Relief describes the major problems that may be encountered during recovery from anaesthesia and suggest how they may be avoided by careful monitoring, vigilant nursing and sound organization. The behaviour of patients during recovery is influenced by their pre-operative medical condition, by drugs they may receive both pre- and intra-operatively and by the nature of the surgery they have undergone. This updated and revised version of Eltringham's "Post Anaesthetic Recovery" contains sections devoted to each of these areas which reflect the current best practice. Post-Operative Recovery and Pain Relief will be of interest not only to nursing staff working in operating theatres and post-operative care units but also to those working in surgical units, house officers and junior anaesthetists


CONTENT

1 The Role of the Recovery Room -- 2 Normal Recovery -- 3 Pain Relief and Local Anaesthesia -- 4 Complications -- 5 Recovery in Different Branches of Surgery -- 6 Pre-existing Factors Affecting Recovery -- 7 Recovery and Day Surgery -- 8 Monitoring -- Appendix A Drugs Commonly Used in the PACU -- Appendix B Translations of Standard Recovery Phrases


Medicine Anesthesiology Critical care medicine Medicine & Public Health Anesthesiology Intensive / Critical Care Medicine



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