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After cardiac resuscitation during surgery, is it viable/possible to resume anesthetics? (propofol/remifentanil)

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Dr. Yves Manigat
General Surgery 53 years experience
Yes: It is conceivable , in order to terminate the surgery , not necessarily to complete it, and to take control of certain functions of the body, like the respiratory system and the oxygenation of the brain and other vital organs.

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