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Minerva Anestesiologica 2006 June;72(6):413-8

language: English

Postoperative metabolic stress: interventional strategies

Carli F.

Department of Anaesthesia McGill University Health Centre Montreal, Quebec, Canada


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More and more evidence accumulates suggesting that the reversal of the catabolic responses to surgery is associated with better outcome. The potential for anesthesiologists to be involved in altering outcome by simply preserving a normal blood glucose, providing optimal pain control and perioperative feeding is tremendous.

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