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Oxygen Use in the Perioperative Period. Should We Change Our Practice?

Oxygen Use in the Perioperative Period. Should We Change Our Practice?

Traditionally, fraction of inspired oxygen (FiO2) administered during an anesthetic, is between 30-100%, and remains an individualized practice that varies among Anesthesia Departments in the country.
Recently, there have been emerging studies showing that a higher than usual FiO2, may be beneficial in reducing the surgical site infection rate after colorectal surgery.

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