Volume : VI, Issue : IV, April - 2017

Choice of scolicidal agent in surgery for hydatid cyst disease Should anaesthetist be concerned?

Dr. Nitin Choudhary, Dr. Hemlata V. Kamat

Abstract :

  Hydatid cyst disease is known for its most dreaded complication of anaphylactic reaction. The anaesthetist is watchful during the perioperative period for any signs and symptoms suggestive of any allergic reaction and is prepared to manage the catastrophe immediately. However scolicidal agent used in the surgery do have important anaesthetic implication in successful management of hydatid cyst disease. Anaesthetist should be aware of the scolicidal agent to be used intraoperatively, so that the related complications can be anticipated and managed if required. We describe the case of 40 year old female posted for laproscopic surgery for hydatid cyst of liver where severe hypernatraemia as a complication of scolicidal agent was timely detected and was successfully managed

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Dr. Nitin Choudhary, Dr. Hemlata V. Kamat, Choice of scolicidal agent in surgery for hydatid cyst disease Should anaesthetist be concerned?, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH : VOLUME-6 | ISSUE-4 | APRIL‾2017


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