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Prehospital 

Prehospital
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Prehospital
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10.1093/med/9780199588978.003.0017
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date: 29 March 2020

Prehospital anaesthesia 54

Matt Thomas and Tim Hooper

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Matt Thomas and Tim Hooper

The need for prehospital anaesthesia is rare.

Prehospital anaesthesia should be undertaken by well-trained, competent practitioners using appropriate equipment and monitoring.

Prehospital organizations require a well-defined clinical governance structure to regulate and monitor prehospital anaesthesia with the aim of preventing ↑ morbidity and mortality in this difficult setting....

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