Anesthesia for the Pregnant Patient with Intrathoracic Tumor

  title={Anesthesia for the Pregnant Patient with Intrathoracic Tumor},
  author={B. S. Yurtlu and D. A. Yurtlu},
  • B. S. Yurtlu, D. A. Yurtlu
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • Cancer in pregnancy is a rare occasion affecting less than 0.1% of all pregnancies. Either primary or secondary metastatic thoracic tumors during pregnancy account even a small portion of them. However, any lung tumor of a term pregnant has devastating potential influence during the anesthesia for childbirth. Due to extreme scarcity of these cases, there are no well-established anesthesia methods to overcome the problems encountered in this particular patient population. Data and information in… CONTINUE READING

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