Audio–visual distraction as an adjunct to standby anaesthesia in persons with paraplegia: a case series of five operations

@article{Ayub2017AudiovisualDA,
  title={Audio–visual distraction as an adjunct to standby anaesthesia in persons with paraplegia: a case series of five operations},
  author={Khurram Ayub and Ruth A. Corrigan and Jyoti Misra and Svetlana V Galitzine},
  journal={Spinal Cord Series and Cases},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-4}
}
IntroductionPersons with paraplegia present complex challenges to anaesthetists. Complications experienced by these patients can require major orthoplastic surgery such as excision of infected bone and soft tissue due to pressure sores and soft tissue reconstruction. Anaesthetic strategies deemed both safe and acceptable to this population are essential.Case presentationWe report a case series of five procedures in four patients with complete chronic spinal cord injury (CSCI) who underwent… CONTINUE READING

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