publication . Article . 2020

The Russian anesthesiology and resuscitation in 2019–2020

Yu. S. Polushin;
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  • Published: 15 May 2020 Journal: Messenger of ANESTHESIOLOGY AND RESUSCITATION, volume 17, pages 6-11 (issn: 2078-5658, eissn: 2541-8653, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: New Terra
Abstract
The editorial considers the results and development trends of anesthesiology and resuscitation in this country after the 2nd Congress On Topical Issues of Critical Care Medicine which was held last year. Special attention is paid to the practical implementation of the concepts of enhanced recovery of the patient and perioperative medicine as well as acute kidney injury. It is noted that a change in the conceptual understanding of renal dysfunction results in re-consideration of principles of management of critically ill patients with special emphasis on factors that can cause (aggravate) kidney injury. The article focuses on the fact that the mechanistic impleme...
Subjects
free text keywords: enhanced recovery program, perioperative medicine, acute renal injury, antibiotic resistance, Medical emergencies. Critical care. Intensive care. First aid, RC86-88.9
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publication . Article . 2020

The Russian anesthesiology and resuscitation in 2019–2020

Yu. S. Polushin;