Intraoperative Myocardial Ischemia Detected by Multiple ECG Leads
The major role of monitoring and monitoring parameters is to detect or to predict the real outcome accurately, so that we know the event is happening on real time basis. In a daily practice of anesthesia, we usually have multiple monitoring parameters available, but the fact of the matter is that we are not always using all possible monitoring parameters. We have to select what to monitor according to the severity of the patient or according to the goal of the perioperative management. Therefore, it is imperative to pick up most appropriate monitoring parameters in pursuit of the patient care during anesthesia. One of the most important consideration is to pick up orthogonal parameters as possible. We show this concept as we present a case report as follows.
KeywordsEpidural Block Monitoring Parameter Real Time Basis Orthogonal Parameter Direct Arterial Pressure
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