Perioperative Management of a Caesarean Section in a Patient with Isolated Pulmonic Stenosis and Severe Pre-eclampsia- Learning from a Case Report
Isolated Pulmonic Stenosis is a relatively uncommon cardiac lesion that causes a right ventricular outflow tract obstruction and possibly a fixed right sided cardiac output. The magnitude of the stenosis and the peak pressure gradient are used to assign a grade. When administering an anaesthetic to such a patient, a detailed understanding of the complexities of a cardiac lesion is essential. Concomitant pregnancy in a woman with Pulmonary Stenosis further complicates matters. Early detection, increased antenatal visits as the pregnancy progresses, and the formulation of a labour, delivery, and childbirth plan are all important. It is recommended that cardiac decompensation be avoided, fetomaternal sufficiency be maintained, and post-operative management be provided in an enhanced maternal care environment.
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Supriya Preman Thazhath Pullayikudi
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Manipal Hospital, Bangalore, India.
Department of Anaesthesia and Critical Care, Cytecare Hospital, Bangalore, India.
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