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Anesthesia for Surgery During and After Pregnancy 

Anesthesia for Surgery During and After Pregnancy
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Anesthesia for Surgery During and After Pregnancy
Author(s):

Michael J. Paech

, Robert D’Angelo

, and Laura S. Dean

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199733804.003.0121
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date: 28 November 2020

Anesthesia for Reproductive Technologies 182

Anesthesia in Early Pregnancy 184

Anesthesia in Later Pregnancy 188

Pharmacological Considerations During Pregnancy 189

Radiological Exposure 191

Anesthesia for Fetal Surgery 192

Anesthesia for Postpartum Sterilization 195

Assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) involve a sequence of hormonal stimulation of the ovaries followed by egg retrieval and subsequent embryo transfer. Depending on the timing of intervention, these procedures may involve transcervical, transabdominal or laparoscopic approaches, each of which has a number of anesthetic options....

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