IONM During Ascending Aortic Procedures

Surgical procedures which involve the ascending aorta and the aortic arch range from coronary bypass surgery to aortic dissections. These surgeries are different from other procedures monitored because of the high risk of stroke and the many changes in physiologic parameters, such as blood pressure and temperature, that are necessary to preserve during surgery. The most significant physiologic change is the circulation management strategy that describes how blood flow to vital tissues is maintained during surgery. This lecture will review circulation management strategies and their effects on the commonly used monitoring modalities.
 
By: Mark Stecker, MD, PhD
Recorded: August 22, 2020
ASET-CEUs: 1.0
Item No: W-082220IONM9ac
Member Price: $25.00
Non-Member Price: $40.00



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