Specific Considerations with Cardiac Disease - Preanesthetic Considerations

Specific Considerations with Cardiac Disease - Preanesthetic Considerations is a topic covered in the Clinical Anesthesia Procedures.

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Anxiolytics

Patients are likely to be anxious. Reassurance during the preoperative visit has been shown to be useful in decreasing anxiety. Anxiolytics may blunt rises in sympathetic tone and may be invaluable.

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Anxiolytics

Patients are likely to be anxious. Reassurance during the preoperative visit has been shown to be useful in decreasing anxiety. Anxiolytics may blunt rises in sympathetic tone and may be invaluable.

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