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General anesthesia is less utilized in ophthalmology. There are some criteria that lead to general anesthesia: patients with auditive debility, aged and senile patients, allergic patients, children and young patients, and subjects who totally refuse loco-regional procedures. General anesthesia utilizes as basic products: narcotic substances, analgesic substances, or neuroleptic substances utilized separately or associated, with posology adaptated to several factors: patients' pulse, physical statement, age, duration. The type of anesthetic substance depends also of specialist anesthetist experience.


Carmen Mocanu, Daniela Cernea, Monalisa Enache, Andreea Gabriela Deca. General anesthesia in ophthalmology]. Oftalmologia (Bucharest, Romania : 1990). 2012;56(4):23-33

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