The target of OrphanAnesthesia is the publication of anaesthesia recommendations for patients suffering from rare diseases in order to improve patients' safety. When it comes to the management of patients with rare diseases, there are only sparse evidencebased facts and even far less knowledge in the anaesthetic outcome. OrphanAnesthesia would like to merge this knowledge based on scientific publications and proven experience of specialists making it available for physicians worldwide free of charge. All OrphanAnesthesia recommendations are standardized and need to pass a peer review process. They are being reviewed by at least one anaesthesiologist and another disease expert (e.g. paediatrician or neurologist) involved in the treatment of this group of patients. The project OrphanAnesthesia is internationally oriented. Thus all recommendations will be published in English. Starting with issue 5/2014, we'll publish the OrphanAnesthesia recommenations as a monthly supplement of A&I (Anästhesiologie & Intensivmedizin). Thus they can be accessed and downloaded via www.aionline.info. As being part of the journal, the recommendations will be quotable. Reprints can be ordered for payment.

OrphanAnesthesia - A common project of the Scientific Working Group of Paediatric Anaesthesia of the German Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine / Munster, T.; Richards, E.; Dillow, J.; Percesepe, A.. - In: ANASTHESIOLOGIE & INTENSIVMEDIZIN. - ISSN 0170-5334. - 60:3(2019), pp. S82-S94. [10.19224/ai2019.S083]

OrphanAnesthesia - A common project of the Scientific Working Group of Paediatric Anaesthesia of the German Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine

Percesepe A.
2019

Abstract

The target of OrphanAnesthesia is the publication of anaesthesia recommendations for patients suffering from rare diseases in order to improve patients' safety. When it comes to the management of patients with rare diseases, there are only sparse evidencebased facts and even far less knowledge in the anaesthetic outcome. OrphanAnesthesia would like to merge this knowledge based on scientific publications and proven experience of specialists making it available for physicians worldwide free of charge. All OrphanAnesthesia recommendations are standardized and need to pass a peer review process. They are being reviewed by at least one anaesthesiologist and another disease expert (e.g. paediatrician or neurologist) involved in the treatment of this group of patients. The project OrphanAnesthesia is internationally oriented. Thus all recommendations will be published in English. Starting with issue 5/2014, we'll publish the OrphanAnesthesia recommenations as a monthly supplement of A&I (Anästhesiologie & Intensivmedizin). Thus they can be accessed and downloaded via www.aionline.info. As being part of the journal, the recommendations will be quotable. Reprints can be ordered for payment.
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