Mortality

Anesthesia can possibly actuate physiological changes that may prompt morbidity and mortality. Accordingly, it is commonly regarded as a high-risk activity. Various specialists, however, have announced that anesthesia-related death rates have declined in the course of recent decades. This decrease has been ascribed to an variety of safety changes including enhanced monitoring techniques, the advancement widespread adoption of practice guidelines, and other precise ways to deal with error reduction.

 

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