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ANAESTHESIA  SMART 2003 - Milan, may 28-30, 2003


Minerva Anestesiologica 2003 May;69(5):416-27

language: English

Anaesthesia for non obstetric surgery in pregnant patients

Fanzago E.

Obstetric anaesthesiology, Maternity Hospital, Asl 19, Asti, Italy


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Female sex constitutes a great part of population and most women are young in childbearing age and expected to be submitted to emergency or urgent obstetric surgery following traumas or diseases which require immediate treatment.
Anesthetic considerations for non obstetric surgery during pregnancy include concern for the safety of 2 patients, the mother and fetus, which will be discussed together with the prevention of preterm labor

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