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Effect of Regional Anesthesia and Sedation With Ketamine Versus Regional Anesthesia and Sedation With Midazolam in Cognitive Function in Patients Over 60 Years of Age in Elective Surgery at 3 Months of Postoperative Follow-up.

Effect of Regional Anesthesia and Sedation With Ketamine Versus Regional Anesthesia and Sedation With Midazolam in Cognitive Function in Patients Over 60 Years of Age in Elective Surgery at 3 Months of Postoperative Follow-up.

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Publication date: Oct 21, 2019 Deterioration of posoperative cognitive function (DCPO) is an intermediate state between normal cognitive aging and dementia, defined as a cognitive alteration greater than expected for ... Read more