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The Views of National Famous Anesthesiologists on Perioperative Temperature Management​

2020.01.14 / Tuesday

The Views of National Famous Anesthesiologists on Perioperative Temperature Management

Through all kinds of research reports and academic magazine we can clearly understand that abroad should anesthesiologists and scholars are attaches great importance to the prevention and control of perioperative hypothermia temperature management as a can push to accelerate rehabilitation surgery (ERAS) one of the important measures for clinical practice, we can from several domestic well-known anesthesiologists view of perioperative management of temperature in the know about the current domestic situation.

1. The specific implementation of perioperative temperature management in China should refer to some domestic research results, so as to improve its clinical guiding significance.

2. Temperature protection is not only the job of anesthesiologists, but also the participation of nursing staff, and the participation of nursing staff should be fully considered in the development of perioperative temperature management system.

3. The normal preoperative body temperature of the patient is 36.5~37.5℃, and the target temperature of body temperature management should not be lower than 36℃.Clinicians are not qualified to assess the risk of intraoperative hypothermia until they receive training, which should include training in the use of instruments and equipment.After the patient is safely transferred back to the common room, a medical temperature probe is used to monitor the patient's temperature continuously.In addition, the perioperative temperature monitoring site and monitoring technology of patients should be unified.

4. It is recommended to use the body cavity temperature probe/ general purpose temperature probe to monitor the core temperature of patients during surgery, and the skin temperature probe to monitor the body surface temperature before surgery and in PACU.

5. The body temperature protection of special population needs to be elaborated emphatically, such as the body temperature protection of newborns and infants, elderly patients, cardiothoracic surgery, liver and large organ transplant patients should be supplemented.

6. Real-time temperature monitoring should be advocated and popularized, which is more conducive for medical staff to timely know the temperature changes of patients and timely change treatment strategies.