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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English

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Manchester thesis, (M.Sc.), Dental School.

ContributionsDental School.
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Number of Pages148
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Open LibraryOL19773180M

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  6 Recovery from day case anaesthesia KARI KORTTILA There is a continuing trend to widen the indications for day surgery both in Europe and in the USA. In the USA the number of free-standing ambulatory surgery centres grew from 39 in to nearly in , and it is estimated that in about 40% of all surgical procedures performed in.   The RCoA has placed Day Surgery as a core module in all three components of anaesthetic training: Basic (year 1/2), Intermediate (year 3/4) and Higher (year 5/6/7). It also recommends day surgery as a specialty for advanced level training [ 50 ].   Patient preferences and economic pressures are driving an increase in day-case elective surgery. In the UK, The Royal College of Surgeons and the National Health Service Executive suggest that >50% of all elective work should be managed as day surgery. 1 From an economic perspective, the comparative costs of surgical care in the day case setting are lower than in an inpatient setting. 2 . The aim of this case study is to analyse and evaluate the anaesthetic and recovery care delivered to a patient undergoing an Adenotonsillectomy. To do this I will outline the process of ensuring the provision of safe and effective care for the patient, give a description of the procedure and equipment used in the anaesthetic room including the.