Category: Anesthesia

Cranial Base Surgery

Lesions requiring Cranial Base Surgery represent a heterogeneous group of lesions and vascular malformations associated with cranial base bony structures. These pathologies provide a challenging situation for both neurosurgeon …

Emergence from anesthesia

Emergence from anesthesia has cardiorespiratory, metabolic/endocrine and neurologic consequences. Awakening and extubation after anesthesia are associated with haemodynamic arousal lasting 10-25 minutes. This activation is partially mediated by elevations …

Anesthesia in Neurological Disease

Patients with primary neurodegenerative undergoing Anesthesia in Neurological Disease  (Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s chorea, Alzheimer’s, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ) or demyelinating diseases (Guillain-Barre’ syndrome, multiple sclerosis, myeloneuropathies) suffer from progressive …