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"Emergency medicine" Том 17, №8, 2021

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Modern methods of anesthesia in oncopulmonology (literature review)

Authors: Супрун А.С. (1, 2), Лисенко В.Й. (1)
(1) — Харківська медична академія післядипломної освіти, м. Харків, Україна
(2) — КНП ХОР «Обласний центр онкології», м. Харків, Україна

Categories: Medicine of emergency

Sections: Specialist manual

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Summary

У даній роботі наведено огляд сучасних методів анестезії та періопераційного забезпечення в онкопульмонології. Проведено пошук літературних джерел за архівами журналів, пошуковою електрон-ною базою даних Medline та наукометричними базами Scopus і Web of Science, The Cochrane Library за останні 7 років. Розглянуто основні методи анестезіологічного забезпечення в торакальній хірургії, сучасні концепції періопераційного ведення пацієнтів, основні принципи запобіжної та мультимодальної аналгезії як складові протоколу прискореного відновлення. Розроблення й введення безпечних та ефективних методів антиноцицептивного захисту пацієнта від гострого хірургічного болю в онкопульмонології залишається важливою проблемою анестезіології.

This article provides an overview of modern methods of anesthesia and perioperative support in oncopulmonology. Literary sources were searched by journal archives, Medline search electronic databaseб and scientometric databases Scopus and Web of Science, also the Cochrane Library for the last 7 years. The main methods of anesthesiological support in thoracic surgery, modern concepts of perioperative management of patients, the basic principles of preventive and multimodal analgesia as components of the protocol of accelerated recovery are considered. The development and introduction of safe and effective methods of patient antinociceptive protection from acute surgical pain in oncopulmonology remain an important problem of anesthesiology.


Keywords

рак легенів; методи анестезіологічного забезпечення; мультимодальна аналгезія; Fast Track Surgery; огляд

lung cancer; methods of anesthesia; multimodal analgesia; Fast Track Surgery; review


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