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G. bloods, ECGs, may be done and problem results addressed prior to the day of surgery. METHODS OF ASSESSMENT Patients will usually be assessed by a specialist nurse. The assessment follows a set structure: = Pre-anaesthetic questionnaires can be used as a preliminary screening tool, prior to assessment in a clinic. = History, examination and investigations identify any factors which may affect the patient’s safety while under anaesthesia. = Patients requiring emergency surgery will often be assessed in the acute setting and this assessment will usually be integrated into the resuscitation and preparation of the patient for surgery.

Pre-operative • Brain • Spinal cord • Interneurones Peripheral nervous system 32 Physiology THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM Function = Controls visceral functions in order to maintain homeostasis in the face of different physiological stressors: = acts by directly controlling or modulating function of various organs; = can act very rapidly (within seconds) to alter physiological parameters (such as heart rate and blood pressure); = controlled by centres in the hypothalamus, brainstem and spinal cord, which receive subconscious signals from visceral organs and respond with appropriate reflex signals to control the organ.

Glucose/haemoglobin A1c: indicated for patients with diabetes, severe peripheral arterial disease or those taking long-term steroids to assess glucose control. = Other tests for known diagnoses: – Haematinics/iron studies: to investigate the cause of anaemia. – Sickle cell screen: patients with a family history of sickle cell disease. – Thyroid function: patients with a history of thyroid disease. Urinalysis: = to screen for urinary tract infections and abnormalities. Lung function tests: = Spirometry: – in patients with severe dyspnoea on mild to moderate exertion.

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