3 edition of Anaesthesia and malignant disease found in the catalog.
Anaesthesia and malignant disease
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Jacqueline Filshie, Douglas S. Robbie.|
|Contributions||Filshie, Jacqueline., Robbie, Douglas S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 303 p. :|
|Number of Pages||303|
This case report discusses the anaesthetic management of an elderly catatonic schizophrenia patient with a history of neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS), who Author: Liew Sat Lin Constance, Meryl Grace Lansing, Foo Kiang Khor, Rajesh Kumar Muniandy. Editor—With great interest, we have read the article by Pasha and Knowles.1 We found it to be a very interesting article as it offers more information on these patients’ anaesthetic management. The authors describe two types of anaesthesia in the same patient and used vecuronium in the first. Under anaesthesia, they describe a possible residual effect with : M. del-Rio-Vellosillo, J.J. Garcia-Medina, R. Martin-Gil-Parra.
ANAESTHESIA FOR HEMIMANDIBULECTOMY IN PATIENTS WITH MALIGNANT DISEASE Sir,—It was with much interest that I read the paper by Drs. Bascombe and Lewis .Brit. J. Anaesth. (), 40, ). They have used controlled hypotension for 68 per cent of their cases. The method of anaesthesia they have used is thiopentone and suxamethonium induction. Anaesthesia for patients with liver disease Tom Fernandez, Chris Nixon epiphenomenon or therapeutic target Alexandra Skubala, Tomas Corcoran Malignant hyperthermia – “Keeping things cool” Sinéad O’Keeffe, Philip Nelson, Mark Davis Paediatrics . Australasian Anaesthesia ® Australasian Anaesthesia
Total intravenous anaesthesia was used because of the combination of potential malignant hyperthermia, severe kyphoscoliosis and extensive spinal scarring. The authors believe there is no previous report of propofol and remifentanil being used in these circumstances. A short review of central core disease and its anaesthetic implications is Cited by: Purchase Clinical Cases in Anesthesia - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,
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It provides a guide to the perioperative assessment and anesthetic management of patients with widely prevalent co-morbidities such as hypertension, diabetes, obesity, myocardial ischemia, kidney and liver s: 1.
monitoring, and maintaining malignant hyperthermia precautions is critical to providing safe anesthesia to this unique patient population. Keywords: McArdle disease, myophosphorylase C, rhabdomyolysis, thermoregulation, type V glycogen storage disease.
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Introduction: Mitochondrial encephalopathy, lactic acidosis, stroke-like symptoms syndrome (MELAS) is a specific mitochondrial myopathy (MM) that results in defects in respiratory enzyme complexes I and IV.
This ultimately causes aerobic metabolism defects especially in high energy requiring organs, leading to an obvious concern with anesthetic : Annabelle Lea Hicks Flanagan, Dnp, Crna. Maintenance of general anesthesia: Overview; Malignant hyperthermia: Diagnosis and management of acute crisis the perioperative anesthetic management of patients with thyroid disease and anesthetic management of patients who undergo thyroid or parathyroid surgery.
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While not malignant hyperthermia, these disorders may involve anesthesiologists and may be difficult to differentiate from malignant hyperthermia. This book is certainly worth reading and will bring the anesthesiologist up to date on the present focus and progress in this uniquely anesthetic disease.
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Mitochondrial Disease and Anesthesia Vincent C. Hsieh, MD1, Elliot J. Krane, MD2,3, and Philip G. Morgan, MD1 Abstract It is increasingly common for children with mitochondrial disease to undergo surgery and anesthesia.
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This fact and the results of the biopsy suggest the diagno- sis of anesthesia-associated rhabdomyolysis but without preexisting muscle disease or susceptibility to malignant Pedrozzi et al: Anesthesia and Rhabdomyolysis Table by: MALIGNANT hyperthermia (MH) is an inherited disorder of skeletal muscle that manifests clinically as a hypermetabolic crisis when a susceptible individual receives a halogenated inhalational anesthetic agent or succinylcholine.
1–3 The clinical signs that ensue from this exposure in susceptible individuals include hypercapnia, masseter muscle and/or generalized muscle rigidity, acidosis, peaked T waves that Cited by: