Spinal cerrahide anestezi


Anestezinin Sonland›r›lmas›



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Anestezinin Sonland›r›lmas›

Spinal cerrahi anestezisinin, nerede ve ne flekilde sonland›r›laca-

¤› genellikle ameliyat öncesi hastan›n genel durumuna ve uygulana-

cak cerrahiye göre planlanmaktad›r. Ço¤unlukla, hasta operasyon

sonunda ameliyat odas›nda ekstübe edilmekte ve ay›lma odas›nda k›-

sa süreli bir takibin ard›ndan odas›na ç›kar›lmaktad›r. Genellikle

ameliyat öncesi medikal/kardiyovaskuler kondüsyonu kötü olan has-

talar ile intraoperatif beklenmeyen olaylar (uzam›fl ameliyat, masif ka-

nama, hipotermi) geliflen hastalar ameliyat sonras› dönemde yo¤un

bak›ma nakledilmektedirler. 

Hastan›n derlenmesini takiben, iyi bir analjezik kontrolünün sa¤-

lanmas›, sekresyonlar›n öksürerek etkili bir flekilde at›lmas› ve h›zl› bir

flekilde rehabilitasyona bafllanmas› için de çok önemlidir.

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