Postoperative nausea and vomiting is an increasingly common and
distressing problem faced by patients undergoing anesthesia that
negatively affects their recovery and wellbeing and can result in
significant increases in healthcare costs. Effective treatment
strategies and relevant, up-to-date guidance are essential to
manage postoperative nausea and vomiting in the perioperative
setting. This practical, concise guide to the subject offers
information on the history and mechanisms of postoperative nausea
and vomiting, assessing and identifying risk factors, providing
appropriate pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment
options, and implementing successful management strategies to
tackle this issue. As a uniquely comprehensive study of the topic
that provides much more detail than a chapter in a general
anaesthesia textbook, this is an invaluable resource for
anesthetists and physicians managing patients post-surgery.
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