ANESTHETIC IMPLICATIONS IN A PATIENT WITH A CHRONIC MASSIVE UNRUPTURED ILIAC ARTERY ANEURYSM!
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2023, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages 812-817
AbstractThis is a case of a patient that presented to the outpatient department with a large chronic iliac artery aneurysm and the anesthetic complications that occurred during the surgical resection of the swelling and associated management of massive blood loss, and hemodynamic changes that occurred during the cross clamping and unclamping of the aorta. In this case report we discuss the importance of being prepared for the expected and unexpected complications, accepted ischemia time, need for inotropic supports, and then the management of associated hypotension during the unclamping of the aorta, and most importantly, a vigilant anesthetist!
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