MANAGEMENT OF CRISES DURING ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY. PART XVI: HARMS LINKED TO DRUGS ADMINISTERED DURING ANESTHESIA
AbstractMANAGEMENT OF CRISES DURING ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY. PART XVI: HARMS LINKED TO DRUGS ADMINISTERED DURING ANESTHESIASalam N Asfar@ & Jasim M Salman# @MB,ChB, MSc, Professor of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, University of Basrah. #MB,ChB, DA, FICMS, Assist. Prof. & Consultant Anesthesiologist, College of Medicine, University of Basrah, Basrah, IRAQ. Unpleasant drug incidents are common during medical action. In anesthetic practice, the probability of errors is greater because of more tension and rapidity. Morbidity and even mortality are more expected in the course of anesthesia. Apart from many hazards that patients are exposed to such as; Biological hazards, Mechanical hazards, Chemical hazards, Physical hazards, and Personal Hazards1, it seems that danger of drug problems are more.
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