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Pages 390-403 (November - January 2010)
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Vol. 37. Issue 4.
Pages 390-403 (November - January 2010)
CONSENSO
DOI: 10.1016/S0120-3347(09)74012-2
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Consenso de la Sociedad Colombiana de Anestesiología y Reanimación, SCARE, y de la Sociedad Colombiana de Cirugía Plástica sobre las recomendaciones para el manejo de pacientes electivos de bajo riesgo1
Colombian Society of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation and Colombian Plastic Surgery Society Consensus1
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Pedro Ibarra
, Jorge Arango**, Jorge Bayter***, Jorge Castro****, Julián Cortés*****, Martha Lascano******, Eduardo Lema Flórez*******
* MD, anestesiólogo.Trauma, anestesia y cuidado crítico Clínicas Colsánitas; Comite de educación WFSA, Comité seguridad SCARE/CLASA, coordinador postgrado Anestesia Unisánitas. Bogota, Colombia.
** MD, anestesiólogo Clínica Bio Forma, Medellin
*** MD, anestesiólogo Clínica Pinar, Bucaramanga
**** MD, anestesiólogo Clínica Cardiovascular Santa María, Medellín
***** MD, anestesiólogo CiruLaser Andes, Bogotá
****** MD, anestesióloga clínica Corpoescultura, Bogotá
******* MD, anestesiólogo Hospital Universitario del Valle, Instituto para Niños Ciegos y Sordos; profesor asistente Universidad del Valle
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SUMMARY

This document defines some particular aspects involved in practising anaesthesia in plastic surgery which are intended to improve patient safety. It presents strategies for reducing the most common serious preventable complications, such as thrombotic, embolic and infectious events. It should be stressed that these goals have been established and must be achieved with surgeons and anaesthesiologists’ participation. These recommendations provide detailed are additions to the Minimum Standards which SCARE has developed.

RESUMEN

Este documento define algunos aspectos particulares al ejercicio de la anestesia en cirugía plástica que pretenden mejorar la seguridad de los pacientes. Se hace énfasis en la presentación de estrategias para reducir las complicaciones graves prevenibles más comunes, como los eventos de trombosis, embolias e infecciones. Se establece que estas metas se logran con la participación de los cirujanos y de los anestesiólogos. Estas recomendaciones son adiciones puntuales a las normas mínimas que ha desarrollado la SCARE.

Palabras claves:
conferencia de consenso
cirugía plástica
procedimientos quirúrgicos electivos
seguridad. (Fuente: DeCS, BIREME)
Key words:
consensus
surgery
plastic
outpatients
safety. (Source:MeSH, NLM)
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