Anesthetic Problems: Venous Air Embolism, Airway Difficulties, and Massive Transfusion
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Perioperative anesthetic complications require the coordinated efforts of both the surgical and anesthesia teams. These complications, or their sequelae, have significant influence on the care of the patient in the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative periods.
Marco, A. P.,
& Furman, W. R.
(1993). Anesthetic Problems: Venous Air Embolism, Airway Difficulties, and Massive Transfusion. The Surgical clinics of North America, 73 (2), 213-228.