Overview. Importance of PositioningPhysiologic EffectsSupport DevicesEstablishing Prone PositionComplications. 2. Positioning Under Anesthesia. Optimal position: offers maximum anatomical access; yet is physiologically safe for the anesthetized patient.Peripheral nerve injury: 2nd most common anesthetic complication represented in the ASA Closed Claims Database1.First article in literature on effects of body position on anesthesia published by Dutton2 in1933. General anesthesia abolishes9453
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