Anesthesia for Special Operations

by Brian Warriner, MD

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    The lecture Anesthesia for Special Operations by Brian Warriner, MD is from the course Anesthesia in special situations. It contains the following chapters:

    • Thoracic Anesthesia
    • Positioning the Endobronchial Tube
    • Complications and Other Issues
    • Neuro Anesthesia

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    1. Often associated with the need for one-lung ventilation during surgery.
    2. Is really just like anesthesia for other high risk procedures.
    3. Requires one-lung anesthesia even in patients with no respiratory reserve.
    4. Is often associated with the need for one lung ventilation during surgery which is best accomplished by utilizing an extra long, standard endotracheal tube.
    1. Often requires isolation of the heart and lungs by cardio-pulmonary bypass.
    2. Is associated with a high incidence of “death on the table“.
    3. Has never been complicated with “recall”.
    4. Uses anticoagulation to prevent bleeding during surgery.
    1. Can often be done under local anesthesia and sedation.
    2. Always requires general anesthesia for adequate control of pain and awareness.
    3. Like cardiac surgery, requires intra-operative anti-coagulation.
    4. Is never associated with failure to awaken.

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     Brian Warriner, MD

    Brian Warriner, MD

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