Making an ambulatory surgery centre suitable for regional anaesthesia.

Abstract

This chapter reviews a management strategy for transforming an outpatient surgery centre from that which exclusively uses general anaesthesia to one using regional anaesthesia with peripheral nerve blocks. Barriers presented by patients, nursing staff, surgeons and administrators can be notable; these might undermine the well-intended efforts of highly… (More)

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@article{Williams2002MakingAA, title={Making an ambulatory surgery centre suitable for regional anaesthesia.}, author={Brian A. Williams and Michael L Kentor}, journal={Best practice & research. Clinical anaesthesiology}, year={2002}, volume={16 2}, pages={175-94} }