The most important monitor in the operating room is the anesthesiologist. Monitoring is intended to provide early warning of adverse changes or trends during the operation so that irreversible damage can be prevented.
Standards for basic intraoperative monitoring requires that the patient’s oxygenation, ventilation, circulation, and temperature shall be under continued evaluation. Furthermore, there are numerous complications that can occur during the intubation of the trachea. Unfortunately, carelessness or negligence during anesthesia can result in significant injury or death to the patient.
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