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A 2019 decemberében kitört koronavírus-fertőzéses világjárványban megbetegedettek ellátása jelentős terhet ró az egészségügyre. Nemcsak azért, mert a betegek egy része intenzív terápiás ellátást igényel, hanem mert a betegség bármely súlyossági formájában szenvedő betegeknek sebészi kezelésre is szükségük lehet. Ennek megoldása pedig jelentős kihívás elé állítja az aneszteziológusokat. Ezen összefoglaló a sebészi kezelést igénylő betegek aneszteziológiai és perioperatív ellátásának gyakorlati aspektusait hivatott bemutatni. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(17): 692–695.

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