publication . Article . Other literature type . 2012

Anestesia general para cesárea. Papel del sugammadex en la calidad y la seguridad del acto anestésico. Reporte de caso

Tafur B, Luis Alberto; Lema Flórez, Eduardo;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2012 Journal: Revista Colombiana de Anestesiología, volume 40, pages 75-78 (issn: 0120-3347, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health)
Abstract
ResumenLa cesárea es una de las intervenciones quirúrgicas más realizadas en el planeta. En el 5% de los casos se practica bajo anestesia general (7,5 millones de anestesias generales para cesárea cada año). Debido a sus requerimientos particulares (paciente con estómago lleno, necesidad de relajación neuromuscular, bienestar del binomio madre-hijo, expectativas de pronta atención del recién nacido por parte de la madre y relativa corta duración del procedimiento) la anestesia general representa un reto en cada intervención. En este artículo se presenta el caso de una mujer gestante que requirió anestesia general para una cesárea de urgencia. Se utilizó rocuroni...
Subjects
free text keywords: Agentes bloqueadores, neuromusculares, Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, Critical Care and Intensive Care Medicine, Anestesia general, Cesárea, Anestesia, Agentes bloqueadores neuromusculares, General anesthesia, Cesarean section, Anesthesia, Neuromuscular blocking agents
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