Guidelines for the Provision of Anaesthetic Services (GPAS) 2014

Guidelines for the Provision of Anaesthetic Services 2013

Statement of intent

The documents below are for guidance only. They are not intended to replace the clinical judgement of the individual anaesthetist, and the freedom to determine the most appropriate treatment for individual patients in a particular place at a specific moment should not be constrained by a rigid application of this guidance.

They are presented as a collection of guidance chapters, each written with best practice in mind, referenced to recommendations from national bodies. It is the view of the Royal College of Anaesthetists that it must be the responsibility of the individual reader to take into account particular local circumstances when applying the recommendations of each chapter.

Every chapter within the guidance document has been prepared on the strength of the best information available at the time of writing, and will be updated to include changes in guidelines from all sources each calendar year, before posting on the College website. Hard copies are no longer available.

Dr Peter J Venn
Editor, GPAS

January 2014

Contact:
gpas@rcoa.ac.uk
020 7092 1572

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