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Table 1 Past anesthetic management of cesarean section in patients with Takayasu’s arteritis

From: Anesthetic management of cesarean section in a patient with Takayasu’s arteritis: a case report

  Heart and vascular lesions Anesthesia method Monitoring
This case Left CAA stenosis
Bilateral VA stenosis
Bilateral SA stenosis
AR
Spinal anesthesia Standard monitoring
Arterial blood pressure (right dorsalis pedis artery)
rSO2
FloTrac™
Dutta et al. [3] No heart and vascular lesions Spinal anesthesia Standard monitoring
Arterial blood pressure (right dorsalis pedis artery)
Gautam et al. [4] Right CAA stenosis
Left CAA stenosis
MR
AR
Epidural anesthesia Standard monitoring
Arterial blood pressure (right radial artery)
Lee et al. [5] Left CCA occlusion
Left SA occlusion
DA aneurysm
Left CA aneurysm
Right CA stenosis
Epidural anesthesia Standard monitoring
Arterial blood pressure (right radial artery)
rSO2
FloTrac™
Xiao et al. [6] ICA stenosis
SA stenosis
RA stenosis
MR
Epidural anesthesia Standard monitoring
Arterial blood pressure (femoral artery)
rSO2
Kassa et al. [7] No heart and vascular lesions Spinal anesthesia Standard monitoring
Varghese et al. [8] Left CAA stenosis
Left SA stenosis
CSEA Standard monitoring
Gupta et al. [9] Bilateral SA stenosis CSEA Standard monitoring
  1. AR aortic regurgitation, CAA coronary artery aneurysm, CAAS common carotid artery stenosis, CAS coronary artery stenosis, CSEA combined spinal-epidural anesthesia, DAA descending aortic aneurysm, MR mitral regurgitation, RAS renal artery stenosis, rSO2 regional cerebral tissue oxygen saturation, SAS subclavian artery stenosis, VAS vertebral artery stenosis