- Aug 17, 2012
- Reaction score
Would place epidural, then retrograde wire.
Prop/Roc/Tube or Prop/Sux/Tube are how I do 95% of my cases. Keep it simple - put the pt. to sleep, wake them up. It's that easy. Don't complicate things. It makes ZERO difference.
she won't die intraop, it'll be weeks postop when she has the PE
I've done more blocks then you'll do in your life, little boy.That's great. If your patients knew your attitude, they WOULD care. And since it sounds like you haven't done a block this decade, I'm not sure you're the best source on anesthetic technique making "zero difference".
Yes, India has thiopentone. The hospital mentioned is one of the common destinations for medical tourists, must be for a reason. The attraction in her case could be due to the fact that the surgeon has agreed to do the case free of charge
"We are happy to inform all well-wishers that the medical team of Saifee Hospital has successfully performed the surgery on Eman Ahmed," said a statement.
"Eman successfully underwent a Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy on March 7th 2017 at Saifee Hospital. She had an uneventful surgery and anaesthesia course.
"She is now on oral fluids and accepting them well. The future course of action for the medical team working on her will be to correct all her associated medical problems, to get her fit enough to fly back to Egypt as soon as possible," it added.