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REGIONAL ANESTHESIA IN CONDITIONS OF PRESERVED CONSCIOUSNESS AND SPONTANEOUS RESPIRATION IN ELDERLY PATIENT OPERATED ON THE CREATION OF EXTRACRANIAL TO INTRACRANIAL BYPASS (CLINICAL OBSERVATION)


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The article provides an example of successful surgical treatment of a 81 years-patient with symptomatic occlusion of the internal carotid artery (ICA) leading to severe violations of cerebral hemodynamics and accompanied by syncope, severe disorders of gait and static. Given the patient’s age and somatic burdened history, operation was performed on the creation of extracranial to intracranial (EC-IC) bypass in the context of regional anesthesia (RA), spontaneous breathing and preserved consciousness. In the postoperative period pronounced clinical effect was obtained in the form of a full recourse syncope and gait disorders in the background restoring of cerebral perfusion in the pool right middle cerebral artery. The article discusses the indications for surgical treatment and the choice of anesthetic technique, especially the performance of the RA and technical details of the operation on creation of EC\IC bypass.


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