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Ophthalmologic Anesthesia
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Anesthesia and analgesia
Strategies to safeguard retinal perfusion, reduce the ischemic risk, and minimize the potential for expulsive bleeding must be central to the anesthetic techniques selected ... This review outlines: important physiological principles; ophthalmic and general procedures most likely to develop damaging IOP levels and their causative factors; the effect of anesthetic agents and techniques on IOP; recent scientific evidence highlighting the ...
Cardiovascular Diseases (2), Endocrine Disorders (1), Ophthalmology (1)
Cataract (2), Glaucoma (1), Choroid Hemorrhage (1), more mentions
Clinical & experimental ophthalmology
I read with interest the report of ten cases of paracentral acute middle maculopathy (PAMM) by Creese et al[1]. I wish to comment as an ophthalmic anaesthetist on some aspects of these cases..
Cataract (1), more mentions
Medicine
... OU), senile cataract (OU), and pterygium (oculus uterque, indicates both eyes) AbstractText: After relevant examinations were conducted, goniosynechialysis and phacoemulsification with intraocular lens implantation were performed on the right eye under local anesthesia AbstractText: Two days after surgery, the right eye had VA of 20/40 and a transparent cornea ...
Ophthalmology (4)
Cataract (6), Glaucoma (4), Pterygium (2), more mentions
Orbit (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
... five subjects presenting with clinical features mimicking orbital cellulitis following peribulbar anesthesia and consequently diagnosed with hyaluronidase hypersensitivity.The study was conducted at a tertiary eye care center in Southern India.It was a retrospective interventional ... It is important for ophthalmic surgeons and anesthetists to recognize and differentiate this entity from the more serious ...
Allergy (5), Orbital Cellulitis (3), Edema (1), more mentions
Japanese journal of ophthalmology
Possible correlative factors including age, gender, eye axial length, best corrected visual acuity (BCVA), astigmatism degree, astigmatism axis, anesthesia, and comparison in laterality of eyes on ocular cyclotorsion were analyzed.The total cyclotorsion rate was 88.24% and ... Pre- and post-anesthesia, and different anesthetic methods, did not show any significant influence on the ocular cyclotorsion degree (p > 0.05).Cyclotorsion orientation seems to be correlated ...
Astigmatism (4), more mentions
Advances in therapy
This study aimed to investigate the influence of three muscle relaxants on intraocular pressure (IOP), ocular pulse amplitude (OPA), and vis-à-tergo (VAT) in patients undergoing penetrating keratoplasty (PKP) under general anesthesia.Ninety-five patients undergoing PKP were included in this prospective single-center interventional study. IOP and OPA were measured with a dynamic contour tonometer before and 5 ...
Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual Conference
Radiotherapy treatment is certainly preferable since it avoids the loss of eye. The treatment is applied with radioactive beam directed to the tumor, and thus the eye must be kept steady usually with local anesthesia. However, anesthesia has many health risks; therefore it is preferable to perform this operation without it.
Oncology (4)
Melanoma (2), Neoplasms (2), more mentions
BMC anesthesiology
BACKGROUND: Interscalene block (ISB) is commonly associated with Horner's syndrome due to spread of local anesthetic to the cervical sympathetic chain. Postganglionic neurons that originate from superior cervical ganglia form the sympathetic innervation of eye. Decrease in sympathetic tone may change intraocular pressure (IOP) and ocular perfusion pressure (OPP). The aim of the study was to investigate whether ISB affects IOP and/or OPP. METHODS: Thirty patients scheduled for ambulatory shoulder surgery under regional anesthesia with a single-shot ISB (15 mL 0.5% bupivacaine and 15 mL 2% lidocaine) were recruited. The IOP and OPP in both eyes, mean arterial pressure (MAP), heart rate (HR) and end-tidal CO2 (ETCO2) were measured before ISB and 5, 10, 20, 30 and 60 min after ISB in the beach-chair position. RESULTS: The baseline IOP and OPP were similar in the blocked and unblocked sides (IOP 17.60 ± 1.69 and 17.40 ± 1.96 respectively p = 0.432; OPP 49.80 ± 8.20 and 50 ± 8.07 respectively p = 0.432). The IOP in the blocked side significantly decreased between 10th to 60th min following ISB, compared to the baseline values (p < 0.001). The OPP in the blocked side significantly increased from 10th to 60th min (p < 0.001) whereas, there were no significant changes in IOP and OPP throughout the measurement period in the unblocked side. CONCLUSIONS: ISB decreased IOP in the blocked side. ISB could be considered as a safe regional technique of choice in elderly patients at high risk for developing glaucoma.
Ophthalmology (1)
Glaucoma (1), Horner Syndrome (1), more mentions