Anaesthesia in craniosynostosisAnestesia para craneosinostosis☆. Author links La craneosinostosis es un trastorno congénito que requiere intensas cirugías. Manejo y control – Acrocéfalosindactilia: Sindromes de Apert, Crouzon y Pfeiffer: craneosinostosis e hipoplasia maxilar, obstrucción nasal, Sindrome de. Anestesia para craneosinostosis. Article. Full-text available. Jul María Victoria Vanegas Martínez · Pablo Baquero · Maria DEL PILAR.

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Three were excluded because of failure to meet the inclusion criteria, and no intra-operative anaesthesia data were obtained in three cases. Although massive transfusions contributed to the improvement of perfusion indices and the optimization of haemoglobin levels, they did not prevent DIC or diminish metabolic acidosis, just as was reported by Choi.

Principles of hemostasis in children: Mean values for outcomes such as haemorrhage, transfusion, days on mechanical ventilation and length ofstay in the ICU were compared, diverse variables were stratified and, finally, hypotheses for future work were postulated.

Craniosynostosis is a congenital disorder requiring extensive reconstructive surgery that entails a high probability of severe bleeding, massive transfusion and difficult airway management. Just as reported in the world literature, the syndromic aetiology of craniosynostosis, the comorbidities, the drugs used up to the moment of surgery, the number of sutures, and the complexity were not correlated with the increased volume of bleeding, blood product transfusion or morbidity.


We believe that these may have contributed to reducing the frequency of adverse events and mortality in this cohort, compared with what has been reported in the world literature. Antonio Castelazo Arredondo, editors. The child with facial abnormalities. Factors affecting the outcome of patients undergoing corrective surgery for craniosynostosis: In this cohort, the anaesthetic medium apparently did not modify bleeding, transfusion, time on mechanical ventilation, fast-tracking strategy or the length of stay in the UCI.

Be the first to add this to a list. Craniosynostosis is a congenital disorder requiring extensive reconstructive surgery that entails a high probability of severe bleeding, massive transfusion and difficult airway management.

Venous embolism during craniectomy in supine infants. On arrival to the operating room, haemoglobin Hb was Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.

Home This editionSpanish, Book, Illustrated edition: Only a slight increase in mechanical ventilation and length of stay in the ICU was found to correlate with the syndromic aetiology.

The mean time on mechanical ventilation was 1.

Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait Operative time was These findings were similar to those of Barnett, Moloney and Bingham 20 who found a low rate of craneosinostlsis in Apert’s syndrome 4.

In an interesting reflection about the methods and results published by the authors mentioned above, Holcomb 9 discusses the accuracy and depth of their conclusion and advices physicians to base their judgement on solid evidence when it comes to starting these patients on this anti-fibrinolytic agent.


Erythropoietin therapy and acute preoperative normovolaemic haemodilution in infants undergoing craniosynostosis surgery. Of the patients, A total of 41 patients were operated between January 1st and January 31st Blood conservation strategies in pediatric anesthesia.

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Craniosynostosis is known in the medical setting for its difficult treatment, usually requiring invasive procedures with a high impact on the patient’s functional reserve and the economics of our healthcare system. Fearon Ansetesia, Weinthal J. The use of recombinant erythropoietin in the reduction of blood transfusion rates in craniosynostosis repair in infants and children.

Tranexamic acid was used in Goyal K, Chaturvedi A. Perioperative management of pediatric patients with craneosynostosis. Tranexamic acid in elective craniosynostosis surgery. A randomized trial of tranexamic acid to reduce blood transfusion for scoliosis surgery. In contrast, we describe a slight increase in the length of stay in the ICU 2. Kho J, Gries H.

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De Beer D, Bingham Anestseia. In a similar study, Dadure et al. Discussion The surgical procedures developed for correcting craniosynostosis are well known for the high volumes of blood loss and maximum risk of massive transfusions, as described by Koh and Soriano. Data were collected from electronic clinical records and anaesthesia records.