Anaesthesia on the Move by Sally Keat

By Sally Keat

The Medicine at the Move sequence offers totally versatile entry to matters around the curriculum in a distinct mix of print and cellular codecs excellent for the busy clinical scholar and junior health practitioner. it doesn't matter what your studying type, even if you're learning an issue for the 1st time or revisiting it in the course of examination training, Medicine at the Move provides you with the help you need.

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Nervous distribution: = CN III: supplies the eye ciliary ganglion, ciliary muscles of the eye, papillary sphincter. = CN VII: supplies the lacrimal glands, submandibular and sublingual glands. = CN IX: supplies the otic ganglion and parotid gland. ch ch Ach Ach Parasympathetic ch Pre-ganglionic neurone Post-ganglionic Muscarinic cholinergic neurone AChR Effector (a) ch Ach E NE Pre-operative Sympathetic nAChR Pre-ganglionic neurone Post-ganglionic adrenergic neurone Adrenergic receptor (b) Fig.

The ASA grade patients receive correlates with their peri-operative mortality: 1) Normal healthy patient. 2) Mild systemic disease, no functional limitation. 3) Moderate systemic disease, with functional limitations. 4) Severe systemic disease, which is a constant threat to life. 5) Moribund patient unlikely to survive 24 hours with or without operation. 6) Declared brain dead patient whose organs are being removed for donor purposes. CARDIAC RISK SCORING = Particular consideration should also be given to the patient’s potential risk of Pre-operative myocardial infarction (MI), as this is the most common serious anaesthetic complication.

The natural HR with no nervous interference would be around 100 beats/min. = HR can be modified by: = Parasympathetic action (vagus nerve): – Causes a decrease in HR. – Neurotransmitter: acetylcholine. – Receptors: muscarinic. – Parasympathetic control prevails at rest decreasing the natural HR to around 70 beats/min. – The influx of Na' into the cells is reduced, causing the threshold plasma membrane potential to be reached more slowly. In addition, parasympathetic innervation hyperpolarizes the cell membranes by increasing permeability to K'.

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