LAPAROSCOPY UNDER GENERAL ANESTHESIA –A DEBATE
|IJOCP | Volume – 2015| Issue – 2015| Article ID – 2015:113
Conference: TACON 2014 The Anaesthetist Conference [Click here for details]
Authors: Dipti Mehta
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I will be presenting my views about the general anesthesia for the laparoscopy.
It is gold standard practice to give general anesthesia. Under G/A effects of pneumoperitoneum such as Hypercarbia, impediment of venous return from IVC and respiratory compromises are well taken care of.
Patient’s comfort , Surgeon’s comfort and Anesthetist’s comfort is very well achieved under G/A.
At the same time Spinal Anesthesia indications are very few one of it is poor patient. We can not think of spinal in spinal deformity, bleeding diathesis and ASA grade > 2 so very limited indications are ASA grade 1 or 2, thin pt., straight forward surgery or hurried anaesthesiologist.
By all the given evidence it is proven beyond doubt that G/A is gold standard.
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|Mehta D. LAPAROSCOPY UNDER GENERAL ANESTHESIA –A DEBATE. International Journal of Conference Proceedings 2015;(2015):113|