M. Gail Boltz

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  • Combined regional and light general anesthesia: are the risks increased or minimized? Current opinion in anaesthesiology Boltz, M. G., Krane, E. J. 1999; 12 (3): 321-323


    Regional anesthesia during general anesthesia has become increasingly popular in recent years. Most pediatric anesthesiologists are proponents of this practice, and believe that surgical morbidity is reduced, but controversy remains regarding safety. Neuraxial anesthesia during general anesthesia is especially controversial. Unfortunately, outcome studies are lacking but the literature reflects an absence of reported serious morbidity or mortality.

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