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Anaesthetic integrated monitoring system

Anaesthetic integrated monitoring system

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During surgical operations, the well being of the patient is the responsibility of the anaesthetist, while the surgeon performs the actual operation. The anaesthetist therefore monitors the patient's vital signs during the operation and hence deduces his state at any particular instant. The anaesthetist must also note these vital signs to include in a report on the operation used in post-operative care, and also possibly in court in case of mishap.

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