Volatile versus intravenous anaesthetic techniques for ambulatory anaesthesia

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This review considers the role played by volatile and intravenous agents in the induction and maintenance of anaesthesia for ambulatory surgery. The speed and ease of induction, maintenance and recovery, and associated advantages such as the facilitation of airway manoeuvres, side-effect profiles and economic influences are considered.

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