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Importance of Perioperative Liquid Circulation Management

2019.12.31 / Tuesday

Importance of Perioperative  Liquid Circulation Management

Many of our previous articles have talked about the importance of perioperative temperature management. Today we will learn about the importance of perioperative liquid circulation management and how to achieve "ideal" perioperative circulation management.

Based on the current aging situation in China, more and more elderly patients need to take over surgical treatment.If a large number of clinical practice has proved that elderly patients in perioperative period did not get the perfect management, extremely easy to cause the occurrence of postoperative complications, such as: postoperative organs caused by pulmonary edema, tissue organ hypoperfusion ischemia hypoxia, if do the cycle of perioperative management, can very good circumvented the sequela.

In addition, the current surge in the number of patients with cardiovascular disease in China once again puts the popularization and optimization of perioperative circulation management on the agenda.

For the elderly patients, cardiovascular patients, pregnant women, orthopedic patients, chest surgery patients, abdominal surgery and other six categories of high-risk surgery patients, it can be predicted that in the next decade, the number will continue to increase, anesthesiologists need to face more and more complex patients.

When anesthesiologists are faced with these six types of patients, they first need clinicians to predict the patients' conditions and types of surgery, so as to determine the testing measures.If the patient is relatively healthy and the operation scope is small, conservative perioperative circulation management measures can be adopted.If the patient's condition is severe or the operation is extensive, accurate monitoring is needed to assist in perioperative circulation management.

Attention should be paid to the fact that the perioperative liquid circulation management should be in parallel with body temperature management no matter which patients or conditions are faced with. The disposable medical temperature probe is a good tool for real-time monitoring of the body temperature of patients.