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ISBN-10: 0199377278

ISBN-13: 9780199377275

Anesthesia Emergencies includes appropriate step by step info on how one can notice, deal with, and deal with issues and emergencies in the course of the perioperative interval. Concisely written, highlighted sections on instant administration and threat components strengthen crucial issues for simple memorization, whereas constant association and checklists offer ease of studying and readability. Anesthesia companies will locate this e-book an critical source, describing review and remedy of life-threatening occasions, together with airway, thoracic, surgical, pediatric, and cardiovascular emergencies. the second one version features a revised desk of contents which provides issues so as in their precedence in the course of emergencies, in addition to new chapters on hindrance source administration and catastrophe medicine.

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Respiration. 200; 80(): 38–58. Hypercarbia (Intraoperative) Definition Increased arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaCO2 > 45 mm Hg). 46 Presentation Tachycardia, agitation, hypertension, and eventually obtundation. Etiology Hypercarbia is caused by either hypoventilation or increased CO2 production. Hypoventilation due to decreased respiratory drive or airway obstruction in sedated patients often leads to hypercarbia. Poor lung compliance may reduce minute ventilation and cause hypercarbia.

In: Hall JB, Schmidt G, Wood LDH, eds. Principles of Critical Care. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill; 2005:583–585. Sakr L, Dutau H. Massive hemoptysis: an update on the role of bronchoscopy in diagnosis and management. Respiration. 200; 80(): 38–58. Hypercarbia (Intraoperative) Definition Increased arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaCO2 > 45 mm Hg). 46 Presentation Tachycardia, agitation, hypertension, and eventually obtundation. Etiology Hypercarbia is caused by either hypoventilation or increased CO2 production.

If the patient is in a cervical spine collar, an assistant must maintain inline stabilization and the front of the collar must be removed. • Apply cricoid pressure (Sellick’s maneuver) before induction. Do not release the cricoid pressure until correct ETT position is confirmed. Anesthesia Emergencies • Wait for 45–60 seconds to allow full effect of the neuromuscular blockade. • If the patient will tolerate apnea, do not ventilate him or her at this time to prevent gaseous distention of the stomach.

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