Oesophageal Cancer and the Anaesthetist: English

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Oesophageal Cancer and the Anaesthetist : English. / Howells, Phillip; Bieker, Martina; Yeung, Joyce.

In: BJA Education, 17.05.2016.

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abstract = "• Oesophageal carcinoma is becoming more common and its pathology and patient demographics are changing.• Careful pre-operative assessment is needed to select appropriate patients and optimise them before surgery.• Exquisite attention to analgesia, fluids and ventilation intra-operatively is needed for the best post-operative outcome.• Oesophagectomy surgery can be associated with a number of complications, which include organ failure and critical illness.• Anaesthetists may also be involved in palliative therapy for oesophageal carcinoma.",
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