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Cardiac Dysrhythmia During Superficial Parotidectomy.

Lala Aliyeva, Qulam Rustamzade, Araz Aliyev.

Abstract
Bradycardia and asystole due to the trigeminocardiac reflex can occur during several maxillofacial, skull base and ophthalmic procedures.
We describe a case where severe bradycardia occurred during superficial parotidectomy. The case report is presented to show a possible existence and importance of reflex bradycardic responses that may occur during surgical procedures involving the parotid gland and their management.

Key words: trigeminocardiac reflex, anesthesia, bradycardia, parotidectomy



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