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The Pre-, Intra-, and Postoperative Organization of Anaesthesia

Abstract

Right at the beginning of a clinical stay we can give the patient good and simple information with a patient information booklet (Patienten-Aufklärungsbogen, Fig. 1). This booklet helps to avoid many repeated questions and answers, waste of time, fears and disorganization, and we have more time to answer individual questions. So it creates a good relationship between doctor and patient right from the beginning.

Keywords

Information Booklet Anaesthesia Protocol Professional Secrecy Paramedical Team Patient Information Booklet 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Droh

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