“The memory of a good awakening”

“The memory of a good awakening”

October 16 marks World Anesthesia Day, this year the World Federation of Anesthesiology Societies recalls that a good team of professionals in the anesthetic act saves lives. Approximately 234 million surgeries are performed worldwide each year for a wide range of diseases or conditions requiring surgical care, affecting people of all ages. These anaesthetic acts include surgeries for birth defects, cataracts, cancer, diabetes, acute abdominal conditions, burns and trauma from traffic, domestic or occupational accidents, diagnostic tests, etc. The anesthesiologist’s priority is that the surgeries are performed with the best safety conditions for the patients and surgeons, but also, to avoid to the maximum the complications that affect the patient after the intervention. The Anaesthesia research group, attached to INCLIVA, coordinates several lines of research aimed at broadening knowledge and applying advances in biomedicine related to anaesthetic and post-operative procedures, resuscitation and intensive care in the clinic, as well as new advances in pain treatment. Anesthesia in a few seconds The twenty-seven researchers who form part of INCLIVA’s Anaesthesia research group have 9 clinical trials and 14 research projects underway. In 2017, the team published 37 scientific articles derived from original research and international collaborations related to their specialty.]]>

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