Anesthesia for minimally invasive cranial and spinal surgery.

@article{Schubert2006AnesthesiaFM,
  title={Anesthesia for minimally invasive cranial and spinal surgery.},
  author={Armin Schubert and Anupa Deogaonkar and Michelle L. Lotto and Julie Niezgoda and Mark Luciano},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgical anesthesiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={
          47-56
        }
}
The field of minimally invasive neurosurgery has evolved rapidly in its indications and applications over the last few years. New, less invasive techniques with low morbidity and virtually no mortality are replacing conventional neurosurgical procedures. Providing anesthesia for these procedures differs in many ways from conventional neurosurgical operations. Anesthesiologists are faced with the perioperative requirements and risks of newly developed procedures. This review calls attention to… CONTINUE READING

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