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Anaesthesia equipment and monitoring in day surgery anaesthesia 

Anaesthesia equipment and monitoring in day surgery anaesthesia
Anaesthesia equipment and monitoring in day surgery anaesthesia

Jan Jakobsson

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date: 20 February 2020

Day case anaesthesia and office-based anaesthesia should be performed with adequate delivery and monitoring equipment in accordance with national guidelines.

All equipment and monitoring devices should be checked on a regular basis and control of function is mandatory before administration of each anaesthetic....

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