Interventional radiology in the pregnant patient for obstetric and nonobstetric indications: organizational, anesthetic, and procedural issues.

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PURPOSE OF REVIEW As indications for interventional radiology procedures during pregnancy continue to expand, anesthesiologists must be aware of the indications for specific procedures as well as provide the safest possible anesthetic care to both the mother and the fetus in nontraditional environments. RECENT FINDINGS Among the different imaging… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/ACO.0b013e3283625e89

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@article{Peralta2013InterventionalRI, title={Interventional radiology in the pregnant patient for obstetric and nonobstetric indications: organizational, anesthetic, and procedural issues.}, author={Feyce M Peralta and Cynthia A. Wong}, journal={Current opinion in anaesthesiology}, year={2013}, volume={26 4}, pages={450-5} }