Perioperative endocrinological findings in a patient with Bartter's syndrome and living-related renal transplantation

Ueki, Ryusuke; Okutani, Ryu; Fukushima, Ayumi; Tsuji, Tetsuo; Ohata, Hideki; Tashiro, Chikara
April 2000
Journal of Anesthesia;2000, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p105
Academic Journal
Presents the endocrinological findings obtained in the perioperative period when living renal transplantation was performed in a patient with Bartter's syndrome. Description of the Bartter's syndrome; Case report of a patient scheduled for living-related renal transplantation from her mother; Major problem of anesthetic management in a patient with Bartter's syndrome.


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