Postoperative analgesia in children after thoracic and abdominal surgery
ESRA Academy. Polaner D. Sep 3, 2015; 113134
Topic: Paediatric Population
David Polaner
David Polaner

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- explore the options for using regional anesthetics for postoperative analgesia following thoracic and abdominal surgery
- appreciate the advantages and disadvantages of different techniques
- recognize the limitations, risks and benefits of various techniques and drug regimens
- understand the current safety and risk data and their limitations
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