SubSpecialties  |   February 2018
The Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia in 2017: Advancing Outpatient Preoperative Care and Serving our Members
Author Affiliations
  • Arnaldo Valedon, M.D.
    SAMBA President
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Ambulatory Anesthesia / SubSpecialties
SubSpecialties   |   February 2018
The Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia in 2017: Advancing Outpatient Preoperative Care and Serving our Members
ASA Monitor 02 2018, Vol.82, 60-63.
ASA Monitor 02 2018, Vol.82, 60-63.
Outpatient surgery and anesthesia are both at the core of today’s perioperative management in the U.S., and rapidly expanding around the world. With an estimated 70-80 percent of surgeries being performed on a day-surgery basis nationally, being able to advance our sub-specialty, measure outcomes, and continue to develop evidence-based guidelines and standards is imperative. The Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia (SAMBA) continues to fulfill its mission, vision, and goals, with a special emphasis on Education and Research:
The Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia strives to be the leader in the perioperative care of the ambulatory surgical patient.
To be the leaders in Ambulatory Anesthesia, including NORA and Office-Based anesthesiology, patient care, medical education, patient safety, research and practice management.
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