Infobox comorbidity
Anesthetic relevance {{{anesthetic_relevance}}}
Anesthetic management {{{anesthetic_management}}}
Specialty {{{specialty}}}
Signs and symptoms {{{signs_symptoms}}}
Diagnosis {{{diagnosis}}}
Treatment {{{treatment}}}

This Infobox will display the most pertinent information about a comorbidity at the top of the article. When appropriate, please use the standardized options listed in the field description (click the (i) icon above each field to show a list which can be copy-pasted). If using an abbreviation, please link to a page that defines it (e.g. use [[ETT]] not ETT). To display items on separate lines, add <br/> between them. To use bullet points add * before each item.

Template parameters

This template prefers block formatting of parameters.

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
Other namesother_names

Other names for this comorbidity

Example
Congestive heart failure (CHF)
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Article imageimage_file

An image relevant to this comorbidity

Example
Elevated JVP.jpg
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Article image captionimage_caption

A caption for the article image

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Anesthetic relevanceanesthetic_relevance

Classify the relevance of the comorbidity to anesthesia. Standardized options: Critical, High, Moderate, Low.

Example
High
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Anesthetic managementanesthetic_management

Summarize the most relevant aspects of the anesthetic management of this comorbidity.

Example
Use beta agonists to support cardiac output. Avoid excess fluids
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Specialtyspecialty

List the primary specialties which manage the comorbidity.

Example
Cardiology
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Signs and symptomssigns_symptoms

List the most relevant signs and symptoms of this comorbidity.

Example
Shortness of breath, edema
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Diagnosisdiagnosis

Describe how this comorbidity is diagnosed.

Example
[[Echocardiogram]]
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Treatmenttreatment

Describe how this comorbidity is treated.

Example
Medication, implanted devices
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