Anesthetic and Post-operative Pain Management

@inproceedings{Goeller2020AnestheticAP,
  title={Anesthetic and Post-operative Pain Management},
  author={Jessica K Goeller and Leelach Rothschild},
  year={2020}
}
Patients with osteogenesis imperfecta, especially the moderate to severe types, require frequent surgical intervention. Anesthetic management and post-operative pain management benefit from careful preparation and a multimodal analgesic approach. Perioperative challenges that are of primary concern for anesthesiologists include airway challenges, intravenous catheter placement challenges, neuraxial and regional anesthesia placement difficulty, and significant intraoperative blood loss… 

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