Eye protection during general anaesthesia – Questionnaire for the Nordic countries
Protection of the patients’ eyes during general anaesthesia is a small part of our daily routine that is poorly studied. In some cases it seems likely that no protection is needed or that certain protection methods could even be harmful, whereas in other settings eye protection procedures represent a part of good anaesthesia management.
To find out Nordic practices in protecting patients’ eyes during general anaesthesia, we hope you could find time to answer the following few questions. The questionnaire can be found at http://www.webropol.com/P.aspx?id=113094&cid=19386249
If your institute has multiple anaesthesia units with different eye protection practices or if you know this questionnaire fails not reach some units, please forward this message to them.
For any additional information regarding this questionnaire please contact Dr. Vesa Kontinen,
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be a prize draw of 4 USB-memory (1Gb) between all respondents. The winners will be informed personally by e-mail.
The results of the survey will be published in an international scientific anaesthesiology journal.
MD, PhD, Head of the Department
Anesthesia and Intensive Care
Toolo Hospital, Helsinki University Hospital
MD, PhD, associate professor (pharmacology)
University of Helsinki
Helsinki University Central Hospital
Resident in Anaesthesiology