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BTDMJB. 2007; 3(1): 29-32


Anesthetic approach in patient with Ehlers Danlos syndrome: Case report

Tamer Kuzucuoğlu, Kemal Tural, Cihan Kolip, Zuhal Arıkan.

Abstract
Ehlers Danlos syndrome (EDS) is a genetically transmitted syndrome characterized by hyperextensibl derma and joints, hypermobility,
hypotonia, atrophic scars, fragility in varicose vessels, aneursym and tears in great vessels, diverticulosis in intestinal systems, increased
fragility in operation, dental resorbtion. In EDS, there is a disorder in collagene synthesis and structure. General anesthesia is the choice of
anesthesia in a patient with EDS for operation. In these patients, precautions must be taken during difficult intubation to avoid trauma
during positioning the patient, to make a nontraumatic aspiration. We aimed to present anesthetic management of a patient with EDS

Key words: Ehlers Danlos Syndrome,anesthesia, intraoperative complications



Article Language: Turkish English



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