Anesthesia Outside of the Operating Room - Anesthesia for Neuroradiologic Procedures

Anesthesia Outside of the Operating Room - Anesthesia for Neuroradiologic Procedures is a topic covered in the Clinical Anesthesia Procedures.

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Anesthetic management may be necessary for both diagnostic (angiography, balloon test, and occlusion) and therapeutic (embolization and cerebral vasospasm) procedures. Patient access after start of the procedure may be limited to the left arm and leg.

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Anesthetic management may be necessary for both diagnostic (angiography, balloon test, and occlusion) and therapeutic (embolization and cerebral vasospasm) procedures. Patient access after start of the procedure may be limited to the left arm and leg.

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