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Total Venous Anesthesia - Nádia Maria da Conceição Duarte and Others

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Total Venous Anesthesia: A Comprehensive Guide


Total venous anesthesia (TVA) is a unique and innovative anesthetic technique that offers numerous advantages over traditional general anesthesia. This comprehensive guide, authored by renowned experts in the field, provides a thorough understanding of TVA, from its historical development to its clinical applications and potential benefits.

Historical Perspective

The concept of TVA has its roots in the early 20th century, with pioneering work by pioneers like Labat and Hingson. This section delves into the historical evolution of TVA, tracing its journey from experimental beginnings to its current status as a widely accepted anesthetic technique.

Physiological Principles

Understanding the physiological principles underlying TVA is crucial for its safe and effective application. This section explores the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of intravenous anesthetic agents, their impact on cardiovascular and respiratory systems, and the mechanisms of action that contribute to TVA's distinct advantages.

Clinical Applications

TVA has demonstrated remarkable versatility in various clinical settings. This section provides detailed guidance on the use of TVA in different surgical procedures, including orthopedic, plastic, urological, and obstetric surgeries. The specific advantages and considerations for each specialty are meticulously discussed.

Advantages of TVA

Compared to traditional general anesthesia, TVA offers several compelling advantages that have revolutionized anesthetic practice. This section highlights the benefits of TVA, including:

  • Reduced risk of postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV)
  • Improved hemodynamic stability
  • Enhanced patient comfort and satisfaction
  • Preservation of spontaneous ventilation
  • Minimal airway manipulation
  • Reduced risk of aspiration
  • Faster recovery and discharge

Safety Considerations

As with any anesthetic technique, TVA requires careful attention to safety considerations. This section addresses potential risks and complications associated with TVA, such as hypotension, bradycardia, and the need for experienced practitioners. Strategies for minimizing these risks and ensuring patient safety are thoroughly discussed.


Total Venous Anesthesia: A Comprehensive Guide serves as an invaluable resource for anesthesiologists, pain management specialists, and healthcare professionals seeking to expand their knowledge and skills in TVA. With its comprehensive coverage of historical, physiological, clinical, and safety aspects, this book empowers readers to confidently embrace TVA and deliver exceptional patient care.


Don't miss this opportunity to revolutionize your anesthetic practice and enhance patient outcomes. Order your copy of Total Venous Anesthesia: A Comprehensive Guide today and unlock the full potential of this innovative technique!