Canis ISSN: 2398-2942

Fluid therapy: for anesthesia

Synonym(s): anesthesia, perioperative

Contributor(s): Graham Bilbrough, Elisa Mazzaferro

Introduction

  • Think about fluid therapy prior to anesthesia, during anesthesia, and after anesthesia.
  • Fluid homeostasis is disturbed by anesthesia and surgery.
  • Upsetting this balance will have more serious consequences for old, very young and diseased patients.
  • Appropriate fluid therapy can improve the outcome following anesthesia and surgery.

The effects of anesthesia on fluid balance

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Prior to anesthesia

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Monitoring fluid therapy

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What fluid and how fast?

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What can go wrong?

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