Learning Outcomes

At the end of this session, the students will able to:

  • Define correctly all of the key words printed in bold.
  • Explain the anesthesia cardio vascular consideration of emergency patient
  • Prepare equipment and drugs for rapid sequence induction
  • Identify risk groups for aspiration.
  • Administer the best form of anesthesia for emergency patient
  • Solve problems if difficult to intubate patient
  • Cooperate in the management of pulmonary aspiration

Emergency surgery is one that must be performed without delay; the patient has no choice other than immediate surgery, if they do not want to risk permanent disability or death.

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