Must Knows to Avoid Commication Breakdowns Before, During and After Anesthesia
Coming soon! Never in a million years did we think the "#1 Hospital in the USA" would make one anesthesia error after another. In their defense not all the errors were completely their fault but no doubt, they still violated the standard of care and what we believe was most often the cause was miscommunication. If the "#1 Hospital in the Nation" can have such difficulty with continuity of care, documenting, and informing patients of problematic situations, other hospitals are going to have those problems too. This resource shares multiple aspects of anesthesia, the current loose guidelines/laws which leave critical gaps, asking for problems. It will teach you how to be your own best advocate so you really know how your anesthesia went after surgery. After all, how can you answer the famous question every anesthesia asks prior to surgery... "Have you ever had trouble with anesthesia before," if you've never been told.