Table of contents

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The table of contents is a non-comprehensive list of articles the editors of WikiAnesthesia feel should exist and will continuously evolve as the site grows from contributions from the anesthesia community.

Links which are blue already exist on the wiki (but would surely benefit from additions and revisions). Links which are red do not currently exist as articles on the site. Articles may exist in more than one location in the table of contents.

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  1. Click the red link to be taken to the editor for the new article.
  2. If possible, use a page template to help maintain consistency across the site. Page templates can be accessed from the page templates menu (Page templates menu icon) of the editor. If using a page template:
    1. Fill out the standardized fields for the infobox of the article, which can be edited by double-clicking the box containing the article title in the upper right hand corner of the editor.
    2. Use the predefined structure from the template as a basis for the article. Feel free to modify this structure as warranted by the content.
  3. Add content to the article.
  4. Add categories for each level of the table of contents. Categories are added to articles via the page options menu (Page options menu icon) of the editor. For example, the article for Small bowel resection should have categories added for "Surgical procedures", "General surgery", and "Intestinal surgery".
  5. Save the article by clicking "Save changes...". If you are just starting to contribute to WikiAnesthesia, your changes
  6. After saving the article at least once, add the article's redirects (i.e. aliases) to the new article. This will allow alternative titles for the same article to be easily searched. For each redirect to be added:
    1. Click the red link to be taken to the editor for the redirect.
    2. Click "Page settings" in the page options menu (Page options menu icon) of the editor.
    3. Check the box for "Redirect this page to" and start typing the title of the new article, which should appear as an autocompleted suggestion (as long the new article has been saved at least once).
    4. Click "Apply changes".
    5. Click "Save page...".


If you add a new article which is not currently listed but has a natural place in the table of contents, please edit this list to include it. We kindly ask that you do not make major changes to the table of contents before running it by an editor first.

Airway management

Airway equipment

Airway procedures

Anatomy and physiology

Comorbidities

Acid-base disorders

Autoimmune disorders

Cardiovascular disorders

Cerebrovascular disorders

Electrolyte disorders

Endocrine disorders

Gastrointestinal disorders

Genetic disorders

Head and neck disorders

Hematologic disorders

Mediastinal disorders

Musculoskeletal disorders

Neurologic disorders

Obstetric complications

Psychiatric disorders

Pulmonary disorders

Renal disorders

Intraoperative emergencies

Intraoperative monitoring

Neuraxial and regional anesthesia

Neuraxial anesthesia

Regional anesthesia

Head and neck nerve blocks

Upper extremity nerve blocks

Thoracic and abdominal wall blocks

Lower extremity nerve blocks

Perioperative management

Pharmacology

Pharmacodynamics

Pharmacokinetics

Drug reference

Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors

Adrenergic receptor modulators

Redirects: Alpha agonists, Alpha antagonists, Beta agonists

Analgesics

Antibiotics

Anticholinergics

Antidotes

Antiemetics

Antihistamines

Antithrombotics

Anxiolytics

Benzodiazepines

Chronotropes

Redirects: Negative chronotropes, Positive chronotropes

General anesthetics

Imaging dyes

Inodilators

Inotropes

Redirects: Negative inotropes, Positive inotropes

Intravenous fluids

Local anesthetics

Local anesthetic adjuvants

Neuromuscular blockers

Neuromuscular blocker reversal agents

Opioids

Sedative hypnotics

Steroids

Uterotonics

Vasodilators

Vasoconstrictors

Other drugs

Procedures in anesthesia

Subspecialties in anesthesia

Surgical procedures

Cardiac surgery

General surgery

Oral and maxillofacial surgery

Redirects: OMFS

Neurosurgery

Obstetric and gynecologic surgery

Redirects: OB/GYN

Ophthalmic surgery

Redirects: Ophthomology

Orthopedic surgery

Otolaryngology

Redirects: ENT, Otorhinolaryngology

Pediatric surgery

Plastic surgery

Thoracic surgery

Vascular surgery

Urologic surgery

Out-of-operating room procedures