Jay B. Brodsky

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  • Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery. Current opinion in anaesthesiology Brodsky, J. B., Cohen, E. 2000; 13 (1): 41-45


    Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery is finding an ever-increasing role in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of thoracic disorders that previously required sternotomy or open thoracotomy. The potential advantages of video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery include less postoperative pain, fewer operative complications, shortened hospital stay and reduced costs. The following review examines the surgical and anesthetic considerations of video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery, with an emphasis on recently published articles.

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