A M Broennle

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Quality evaluation following craniofacial operative procedures is largely aesthetic and almost impossible to measure. Relapse rates are measurable, and morbidity and mortality can be determined. In our series, infections have decreased from 12.5 to 1.3 percent; operating times have been reduced from a mean of 7 1/2 to 4 hours; and blood loss has been(More)
Advances in pediatric anesthesia can contribute to improved care of children in other environments. As an example, drugs and dosages established in preoperative sedation of children provide a base for their application in sedation and pain relief of children undergoing painful procedures in the emergency unit, oncology treatment area, and radiology suite.(More)
Anesthetic management of patients for craniofacial reconstruction is based on a careful preanesthethic evaluation emphasizing the airway, with examination for other associated anomalies. Specific perioperative issues include airway management, blood loss reduction and replacement, and control of brain volume. Good communication between the anesthesiologist(More)
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