Perioperative pain management of the patient with morbid obesity in bariatric surgery. Clinical report and literature review

E.Yu. Syrchin, R.E. Lakhin, E.M. Davletshina, A.A. Grazhdankin.
Background. Anesthetic management of patients with morbid obesity during bariatric surgery presents a number of problems, including “difficult” vascular access, “difficult” airways, increased risk of aspiration, changes in the pharmacokinetics of anesthetics, and an increased risk of postoperative respiratory depression associated with opioids.

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The features of anesthesia in bariatric surgery

E.Y. Garbuzov, G.A. Ovsyannikov, S.G. Sherbak City Hospital № 40, Saint-Petersburg For correspondence: Evgenii Garbuzov — MD, head of Department of anesthesiology and intensive care of Saint-Petersburg clinical hospital № 40, Saint-Petersburg; e-mail: eugarbouzov@mail.ru For citation: Garbuzov EY, Ovsyannikov GA, Shcherbak SG. The features of anesthesia in bariatric surgery. Alexander Saltanov Intensive Care Herald. 2018;2:31–5. DOI: 10.21320/1818-474X-2018-2-31-35 Nowadays obesity is a worldwide problem. Changes associated with the obesity commonly increase […]

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