Anesthesia in neurologic and psychiatric diseases: is there a 'best anesthesia' for certain diseases?

@article{Hachenberg2014AnesthesiaIN,
  title={Anesthesia in neurologic and psychiatric diseases: is there a 'best anesthesia' for certain diseases?},
  author={Thomas Hachenberg and Christine E Schneemilch},
  journal={Current opinion in anaesthesiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={394-402}
}
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Patients with diseases affecting the central nervous system present a wide range of clinical manifestations increasing the perioperative risk. The following review focused on recommendations for anaesthesiological management in patients with both neurologic and psychiatric diseases. RECENT FINDINGS The heterogeneity of disorders affecting the central nervous system and the variability of comorbidities make definition of standards for anaesthesiological management difficult… CONTINUE READING
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