Features of anaesthetic management during transpapillary endoscopic interventions

D.B. Areshnikov, O.I. Dronov, I.L. Nastashenko, H.Yu. Khinich, D.Yu. Khrisanfov, M.V. Bondar, I.A. Kuchynska


Despite the long experience of the international anesthesia community, sedation and anesthesia during endoscopic manipulations on the gastrointestinal tract is a fundamental aspect of the study. The article presents analysis of recent researches and publications devoted to the peculiarities of anesthesia during transpapillary endoscopic interventions. It also presented own analysis of the results of total intravenous anesthesia with endotracheal intubation in patients requiring endoscopic manipulations on the upper gastrointestinal tract, and analyzed the influence of anesthesia method applied on the results of endoscopic interventions, the quality of surgery, patient satisfaction.


transpapillary endoscopic interventions; total intravenous anesthesia; complications


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