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Online ISSN: 2409-501X

Keywords : CRISES


MANAGEMENT OF CRISES DURING ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY. PART XIII: REGIONAL ANESTHESIA

Salam N Asfar; Jasim M Salman

Basrah Journal of Surgery, 2017, Volume 23, Issue 2, Pages 74-75
DOI: 10.33762/bsurg.2017.141324

MANAGEMENT OF CRISES DURING ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY. PART XIII: REGIONAL ANESTHESIA

Salam N Asfar@ & Jasim M Salman#
@MB, ChB, MSc, Professor of Anesthesiology, College of Medicine, University of Basrah. #MB,ChB, DA, FICMS, Assist. Prof. & Consultant Anesthesiologist, College of Medicine, University of Basrah, IRAQ.

Regional anesthesia is broadly utilized and has been considered to pose few risks once the block is set up. However, dangerous issues can happen both during the establishment and maintenance periods of a regional block which require prompt recognition and management. The risks includes; local anesthetic toxicity1,2, misdirected or misplaced needles and cannulae, and a variety of other problems both amid and after blockade can lead to morbidity or mortality3–5. Some of these may be obscure and not related to the regional anesthetic method itself.

MANAGEMENT OF CRISES DURING ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY. PART XI: PULMONARY EDEMA & WATER INTOXICATION

Salam N Asfar; Jasim M Salman

Basrah Journal of Surgery, 2016, Volume 22, Issue 2, Pages 105-108
DOI: 10.33762/bsurg.2016.116623

PULMONARY OEDEMA/ARDS ulmonary edema is a potential cause of hypoxia in the perioperative patient. The accumulation of excessive alveolar fluid results in hypoxia due to interference with diffusion across the alveolar capillary membrane. Frothy (sometimes blood-stained) sputum may be expectorated or observed in the endotracheal tube. the abnormal accumulation of fluid in the interstitial or alveolar spaces of the lung can be explained on the basis of a disturbance in the normal Starling equation1. It involves changes in hydrostatic or oncotic pressure across the alveolar membrane or in the permeability of the alveolar membrane such that fluid moves across from the capillaries into the alveolar space. P