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SETB. 2008; 42(3): 17-19


Unilateral spinal anasthesia in an ASA IV-E patient: Case report

U. Hale DOBRUCALI, Leyla TÜRKOĞLU, Ulufer SİVRİKAYA, Canan T. IŞIL, Ayşe HANCI.


Abstract

Spinal anaesthesia is commonly used in lower extremity operations and is prefered to general anaethesia for reasons like reducing morbidity in high risk patients and inhibiting stress after surgery. Still it can cause cardiovascular changes like hypotantion and bradycardia. So unilateral anaesthesia is prefered in high risk patients for less hemodynamic instability. We aimed to share our unilateral spinal anaesthesia experience in an ASA IV E patient with ejection fraction 28%.

Key words: Diabetic food, unilateral spinal anaesthesia

Article Language: Turkish English






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