[Transcranial electric stimulation in anesthesiological support in emergency operations in patients with hypovolemia].

Abstract

Hemodynamics was studied in 60 patients with pronounced initial hypovolemia, urgently operated on for acute gastrointestinal disease under conditions of 4 anesthesia. In contrast to traditional anesthesia, transcranial electric stimulation (TCES) as a component of anesthesia stabilized hemodynamics without increasing the rate and volume of intraoperative infusion therapy. This makes total anesthesia with TCES preferable in urgent operations, particularly in cases when hypovolemia cannot be properly corrected before surgery.

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@article{Dimitrienko2001TranscranialES, title={[Transcranial electric stimulation in anesthesiological support in emergency operations in patients with hypovolemia].}, author={A. I. Dimitrienko and Michail Kovalev and Valery P. Lebedev and V A Leosko and Aaron Fan}, journal={Anesteziologiia i reanimatologiia}, year={2001}, volume={4}, pages={21-3} }