Anaesthetic management of a pregnant patient for aortic valve replacementJournal of the Pakistan Medical Association
AbstractCardiac disease can be encountered during pregnancy with the frequency being 1% to 2% of all pregnant women. Because of the high foetal and relative maternal mortality during surgery, medical management is the first line of treatment. Nevertheless, when medical treatment fails, cardiac surgery becomes necessary. We present the anaesthetic management of a case of Aortic valve disease in a pregnant woman undergoing surgery.
Citation InformationKhalid M Siddiqui and Fazal Hameed Khan. "Anaesthetic management of a pregnant patient for aortic valve replacement" Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association Vol. 58 Iss. 9 (2008) p. 521 - 2
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