Pre-induction skin-surface warming minimizes intraoperative core hypothermia.
- Published Article
Journal of clinical anesthesia
- Publication Date
Aug 01, 1995
A single hour of preoperative skin-surface warming reduced the rate at which core hypothermia developed during the first hour of anesthesia. Preoperative skin surface warming is particularly helpful during short procedures because redistribution hypothermia is otherwise difficult to treat.
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