Anesthesia in Cosmetic Surgery cited

Date Published: 
Sat, 2007-12-01

Anesthesia in Cosmetic Surgery cited

BIS monitored propofol ketamine technique as described in 'Minimally invasive anesthesia for minimally invasive surgery.' Outpatient Surgery Magazine. Herrin Publishing Partners LP, Paoli, PA. 2:57, 2004 as well as Friedberg's recently published Anesthesia in Cosmetic Surgery were cited in Robert Ersek's letter to the editor as an excellent way to avoid thrombo-embolism associated with general anesthesia.

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