Editorial introductions
Ambulatory anaesthesia: there is room for further improvements of safety and quality of care – is the way forward further simple but evidence-based risk scores?
Preoperative single-dose intravenous dexamethasone during ambulatory surgery: update around the benefit versus risk
Beta-blockers, calcium channel blockers, angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors and angiotensin receptor blockers: should they be stopped or not before ambulatory anaesthesia?
Is it time to re-evaluate the routines about stopping/keeping platelet inhibitors in conjunction to ambulatory surgery?
The role of multimodal analgesia in pain management after ambulatory surgery
Topical application of analgesics: a clinical option in day case anaesthesia?
Wound infiltration with local anaesthetics in ambulatory surgery
Neurokinin-1 and novel serotonin antagonists for postoperative and postdischarge nausea and vomiting
The new oral anticoagulants, do they change the benefit vs. risk for thromboprophylaxis in association to ambulatory surgery?
Anaesthesia for the elderly outpatient: preoperative assessment and evaluation, anaesthetic technique and postoperative pain management
Technology, education, training and information systems
Administration and monitoring of intravenous anesthetics
Laboratory point-of-care monitoring in the operating room
Handover in the perioperative care process
Patient safety during anaesthesia: incorporation of the WHO safe surgery guidelines into clinical practice
Monitoring of brain function in anesthesia and intensive care
Shaping the operating room and perioperative systems of the future: innovating for improved competitiveness
Display of information in the operating room
Current World Literature