Relevant Factors of Delayed Recovery after General Anesthesia and Exploration of the Countermeasures
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Objective: To analyze the related factors and the countermeasures of delayed recovery after general anesthesia. Method: By taking 5042 patients who underwent the gynecological general anesthesia in our hospital during January 2017 - February 2019 as the research object, the number of patients with delayed recovery after operation was counted, and the clinical data of all patients were analyzed in detail. The related factors of delayed recovery after general anesthesia were then discussed with the countermeasures were given. Result: All patients in the study group completed their surgical treatment successfully, with in total 984 cases (19.52%) of delayed recovery occurred. The results of single factor analysis were as follows: The occurrence of delayed recovery may be affected by factors such as patient's age, time of anesthesia, anesthetic dosage, alcohol consumption, smoking, anemia, general anesthesia history, and ASA grading and other factors(P <0.05); The results of multiple factors analysis show that: Age, time of anesthesia, anesthetic dosage, alcohol consumption, smoking, anemia and other factors are the main influencing factors of delayed recovery after general anesthesia surgery(P <0.05). Conclusion: After the clinical application of general anesthesia, patients may have delayed recovery under the influence of many factors. Therefore, it is necessary to formulate strict measures to reduce the risk of delayed recovery for patients.
General anesthesia, Delayed recovery, Influencing factors, Risk factors