Revista Cirugía Mayor Ambulatoria Vol. 19 / Nº 4
The effects of general anaesthesia on memory recall following day-case knee arthroscopy
S. El Shafie1, J. Craik2, A.M. Day3, J. Desborough4, N. Bardakos5, R. Twyman6
Retention of new information may be impaired during recovery from general anaesthesia. Patients are likely to be anxious if they cannot recall information conveyed at the surgeons’ postoperative visit. Previous studies have shown evidence of short-term memory impairment after GA.

CIR MAY AMB 2014; 19 (4): 132-135


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