□ What are the three components of general anesthesia? Which of these is most important for neuroanesthesia?
□ How might rapid awakening at the end of surgery be best achieved?
□ Which patients may require post-operative ventilation?
□ How may anesthetic agents and techniques contribute to neuroprotection?
□ Discuss the implications of the use of induced hypotension in aneurysmal surgery.
□ What is the rationale for pre-operative starvation? What precautions are needed for emergency anesthesia?
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