Asystole during posterior fossa surgery: Report of two cases

Abstract

Asystole during posterior fossa neurosurgical procedures is not uncommon. Various causes have been implicated, especially when surgical manipulation is carried out in the vicinity of the brain stem. The trigemino-cardiac reflex has been attributed as one of the causes. Here, we report two cases who suffered asystole during the resection of posterior fossa… (More)
DOI: 10.4103/1793-5482.98654

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