2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-27492007000400014 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Concerning the studied series, the altered laboratory tests, electrocardiogram and/or thorax x-ray has no correlation with the adverse clinical events related to the anesthesia/surgical procedure.

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“…The literature has shown that for the vast majority of elderly patients with stable diseases, routine laboratory tests are a waste of time and financial resources 1,[3][4][5]12,[14][15][16]40 . In this study, about ten tests was performed per patient, and only the determination of blood glucose can be considered important for the assessment of the patients.…”
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“…Since these are considered low-risk surgeries, there are no clear guidelines if a pre-anesthetic evaluation should be performed, as well as the time that it should be done [6][7][8][9] . Studies show different approaches to the selection of outpatients as well as the model for the realization of the PAA, the need for interdisciplinary assessments and complementary examinations [10][11][12][13][14][15][16] . Most surgeries are cataract correction, in predominantly elderly patients, and with a high prevalence of systemic comorbidities related to age.…”
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