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The duration of fasting before anesthesia should conform to the previously stated guidelines. The patient should be given an information sheet with pre- and postanesthetic instructions. Conduct of Anesthesia The anesthetic and recovery facilities shall conform to hospital standards published by the Canadian Standards Association, as deﬁ ned in other sections. The standards of care and monitoring shall be the same in all anesthetizing locations. The Canadian guidelines are comprehensive and include the organization of hospital anesthesia services, the responsibilities of the chief of anesthesiology, and anesthetic equipment and anesthetizing locations.
Epidural anesthesia impairs both central and peripheral thermoregulatory control during general anesthesia. Anesthesiology 1994; 80:268–277. 99. Vasilieff N, Rosencher N, Sessler DI. Shivering thresholds during spinal anesthesia is reduced in elderly patients. Anesthesiology 1995;83:1162–1166. 100. Ralston AC, Webb RK, Runciman WB. Potential errors in pulse oximetry. I. Pulse oximeter evaluation. Anaesthesia 1991;46:202–206. 101. Webb RK, Ralston AC, Runciman WB. Potential errors in pulse oximetry.
The presenting symptoms and signs associated with different complications often include pain and evidence of increasing (rather than decreasing) neural blockade that may end in permanent disability. These complications are discussed elsewhere in this volume. It sufﬁces to say that it is likely to be helpful if patient and caregivers are aware of the need to keep in touch regarding symptoms of these rare complications. Complication Prevention Complication reduction, and ultimate abolition, depends on consistent application of current knowledge and skills to patient care plus further development of expertise.