TITLE

Anaesthetic Management Of A Patient With Giant Cell Tumour Of Mandible With Rheumatic Heart Disease With Mitral Regurgitation With Epilepsy For Excision

AUTHOR(S)
Behera, Prashanta Ranjan; Amale, Vikram Vikram; Pednekar, Priti; Patel, Rajendra D.; Pandya, S. H.
PUB. DATE
May 2009
SOURCE
Internet Journal of Anesthesiology;2009, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Giant cell tumor of mandible with intraoral extension with rheumatic heart disease with mitral regurgitation with complex partial seizure is a complex case. Securing and maintaining airway and haemodynamic management for prolonged surgery may be difficult for an experienced anaesthesiologist also. We used nasotracheal intubation with invasive monitoring to manage this case.
ACCESSION #
41551177

 

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