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Korean Journal of Anesthesiology 1992;25(3):619-626.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4097/kjae.1992.25.3.619   
Clinical Evaluation of Anesthetic Experience with 23,409 Cases.
Young Guen Lim, Nam Soo Cho
Department of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, Chosun University, Kwang Ju, Korea.
Abstract
To evaluate previously performed anesthetic experience of 23,409 cases at the Chosun University Hospital from Jan. 1981 to May. 1991 were analyzed statistically according to sex, department, age, anesthetic agent, method, duration, medical insurance, emergency and physical status. The results were as follows: 1)Considering sexual difference, male patients were 51.5% and female patients were 48.5%. 2) The largest departmenet of surgery was general surgery. 3) The nember of medical insurance patients was remarkably larger than that of non-medical insurance patients. 4) According to age categories, third decade of life was most frequent. 5) General anesthesia had been used commonly than other anesthetic technique and halothane was most commonly used among the inhalational anesthetic agent. 6) According to the ASA claasification of physical status, class I patients were 36.2% and elective surgery ratio was 1.8:1. 7)In emergency operation, general surgery categories were most common and occupied 39.8% of total emergency operation. 8)Considering anesthetic duration, 1~2 hours duration group of anesthetic time was most frequent.
Key Words: Anesthetic practice; Statistically analgzed
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