The problem of anaesthesia for thoracoplasty.

Abstract

In the earlier years of the operation of thoracoplasty speed was the primary aim of the surgeon in order that shock and poisoning by toxic general anaesthetics should be kept to a minimum. Presently there was a revolt against this outlook and the operation came to be conducted in more leisurely fashion under local anaesthesia. This change made accurate… (More)

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