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Centralised Anesthesic Monitoring in the Surgery of the Ocular Anterior Segment: Non Inferiority Study (SACHS)

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Last updated:13th Jan 2014

In France, cataract surgery is the most frequent surgical procedure, performed with local anesthesia and most often very light techniques using eye-drops. Technical improvements of surgical and anesthesic procedures have led many countries to implement alternative surveillance procedures. In France, it is mandatory that the persons in charge of anesthetic surveillance (doctors or nurses) should be qualified in anesthesia.

In this study, the investigators aim to assess the feasibility and safety of a centralised monitoring station outside of the operating rooms, as an alternative to the presence of 1 anesthetic nurse in each operating room.

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Study start date 2014-01-13

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