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The recovery process and follow-up after day case anaesthesia 

The recovery process and follow-up after day case anaesthesia
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The recovery process and follow-up after day case anaesthesia
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Jan Jakobsson

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10.1093/med/9780199652969.003.0009
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date: 08 December 2019

Information and preparation of all aspects of the recovery process following discharge must be adequately secured in advance; anaesthesia and surgical stress as such cause profound inabilities in retrieving information after completion of the procedure.

The goal is not only to ascertain adequate intraoperative quality, patient- and surgeon-wise, but also to have a rapid and safe recovery. The use of a multi-modal analgesic and anaesthetic technique aims to facilitate the recovery process, enabling patients to become eligible for discharge within hours after the end of surgery....

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