Assessment Prior to Induction of Anesthesia_Sedation

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Assessment Prior to Induction of Anesthesia/Sedation
Documentation of above noted evaluations/re-evaluations is required by the anesthesiologist/anesthetist providing anesthesia services. A note will be made on the preanesthesia evaluation record or on the anesthesia record
Is evaluation performed more than 1 hour prior to the provision of anesthesia to the patient?
Will evaluation and administering be performed by two separate anesthesiologist/anesthetist?
It is understood that the term "immediately prior to induction" identifies that time period within 1 hour prior to provision of anesthetic agents, with baseline vital statistics reassessed immediately prior to physical induction and documented as the first recording of blood pressure, pulse, respiratory rate and temperature on the Anesthesia Record
Blood pressure, pulse, respiratory rate and temperature are assessed prior to induction
All patients requiring anesthetic agents will be evaluated immediately prior to induction
The patient will be evaluated by the anesthesiologist/anesthetist prior to provision of anesthesia services, with the results of the evaluation documented on the preanesthesia evaluation record
A re-evaluation is required by the anesthesiologist/anesthetist providing anesthesia to the patient
Any evaluation performed more than 1 hour prior to the provision of anesthesia to the patient, requires a re-evaluation immediately prior to induction