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Anesthesia for Hip Arthroscopy: A Narrative Review

Al-Shehri, M., Endersby, R., Baghirzada, L., Johnston, K. D., Yu, H. C.
(Abstracted from Can J Anesth, 63:1277–1290, 2016) The purpose of this narrative review was to examine anesthetic regimens for hip arthroscopy after an overview of the indications for the procedure and preoperative assessment with emphasis on anesthetic technique, analgesic adjuncts, and potential complications. The findings and conclusions were arrived at after reading of text chapters and analyzing 45 of 63 peer-reviewed articles discussing anesthetic techniques in patients undergoing hip arthroscopy.
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