The introduction of intraoperative high field magnetic resonance imaging systems in China has a history of nearly 10 years. Currently, nearly 10 hospitals or units have this system, and they have accumulated some experience in anesthesia management, safety implementation, and training for intraoperative high field magnetic resonance imaging surgery. The number of units with demand intentions for this system is still increasing.
Therefore, it is necessary to standardize and guide in the form of expert consensus. It should be noted that this consensus is only applicable to the special case of "intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging", and other uses are not within this scope.
With the widespread application of anesthesia under magnetic resonance conditions, there is a consensus that appropriate modifications and additions will be made; Although consensus is instructive, it is not mandatory. Each unit should formulate rules, regulations, and specifications that best suit its specific situation based on its own situation and characteristics; The key to successfully implementing intraoperative high field magnetic resonance imaging anesthesia is safety management.