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Cellular and Molecular Medicine: Its Role in Perioperative Management of Common Anesthetic Complications

Ali Dabbagh
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Abstract

Cellular and molecular medicine is expanding its clinical role from day to day. Personalized medicine seems the appropraite response for many unresolved problem and this is why we could rely on this approach more than before. Integrating the techniques of cellular and molecular medicine to our daily anesthesia practice improves not only the quality of care; but also, opens new windows for overcoming challenges that were previously considered as unaccessible fields.


Keywords

Cellular and molecular medicine, Perioperative Management, Common Anesthetic Complications

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22037/jcma.v2i3.18092

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