Revisiting Pre Anaesthetics Evaluation: A Review

AUTHOR(s) : Gogoi Rahul, Bora Neelutpal
DOI No. : 09.2016-36977798

All patients undergoing surgical procedures under general anaesthesia have to undergo pre-anesthetic evaluation, so as to reduce the patient’s surgical and anesthetic perioperative morbidity or mortality and also aid in early and eventless recovery. The main aim of pre operative assessment is to identify the medical, social and personnel issue which may have a bearing on the outcome of the anesthetic procedure. There have been numerous studies conducted on what is needed and what is not needed in preoperative assessment. The present paper reviews the need for preoperative assessment and its indications. Keywords: General anaesthesia, perioperative, oral surgery

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