The anesthesiologist should review the surgical diagnosis, organ systems involved, and planned procedure. Important features include personal interview, physical examination, and review of medical records. Important questions involve medications, drug allergies, substance abuse (e.g., cigarettes, alcohol, illicit drugs), review of systems, and prior anesthetic experience (i.e., history of difficult intubation, delayed emergence, malignant hyperthermia, prolonged neuromuscular blockade, or postoperative nausea and vomiting). From this evaluation the anesthesiologist decides if any preoperative tests or consultations are indicated and then formulates an anesthetic care plan.
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