Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:51
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One-lung ventilation in a patient with Fontan circulation undergoing diaphragmatic plication surgery: a case report
Surgeries requiring one-lung ventilation (OLV) in patients with Fontan circulation pose great challenges. However, little information is available regarding the safety of OLV in Fontan patients when hemidiaphr...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:50
A case of Kounis syndrome presenting as coronary artery spasm associated with cefazolin-induced anaphylaxis during general anesthesia
Kounis syndrome (KS) is defined as the occurrence of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) associated with an anaphylactic reaction, and there have only been a few reports of its occurrence under general anesthesia.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:49
Colonic ischemia possibly due to resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA) used to manage amniotic fluid embolism: a case report
Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA) can control massive postpartum hemorrhage.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:48
Pectoral nerve II block, transversus thoracic muscle plane block, and dexmedetomidine for breast surgery in a patient with achondroplasia: a case report
Patients with achondroplasia have various airway deformations and spinal anatomic abnormalities; therefore, performing general anesthesia and neuraxial anesthesia in such patients can be challenging.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:47
Subglottic stenosis due to an unexpected foreign body diagnosed after emergency tracheostomy in a child
Subglottic stenosis is a known complication of traumatic and prolonged endotracheal intubation. It is rare that the causes of severe subglottic stenosis are revealed to be an unexpected foreign body after airw...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:46
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:45
Intercostal misplacement of a thoracic epidural catheter discovered during lung cancer surgery: a case report
Blind epidural catheter placement can lead to inadvertent misplacement. We present a case of intercostal misplacement of a thoracic epidural catheter.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:44
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:43
INTELLiVENT®-ASV (iASV) is a respiration mode on the Hamilton G5. The ventilator uses a closed-loop mechanism that automatically adjusts settings related to oxygenation and ventilation.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:42
Intraoperative real-time three-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography as a precise navigator for a successful complicated postoperative left ventricular pseudoaneurysm repair: a case report
Left ventricular pseudoaneurysm (LV-PAN) formation is a rare complication after cardiac surgery and mainly occurs after mitral valve surgery. Echocardiography plays a critical role in the assessment of rupture...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:41
The effect of labor epidural analgesia on labor, delivery, and neonatal outcomes: a propensity score-matched analysis in a single Japanese institute
Lumbar epidural analgesia (LEA) is the most widely used method in reducing labor pain. Previous RCTs have shown that LEA does not increase cesarean section rates; however, the results are inconsistent and may ...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:40
Low serum cholinesterase predicts complication risk after orthopedic surgery in elderly patients: an observational pilot study
Serum cholinesterase (ChE) in elderly adults is associated with geriatric conditions such as sarcopenia and malnutrition. The aim of this study is to examine the impact of preoperative serum ChE on the develop...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:39
Bromocriptine use for sudden peripartum cardiomyopathy in a patient with preeclampsia: a case report
Peripartum cardiomyopathy is an uncommon form of heart failure that occurs in otherwise healthy women during pregnancy or until 5 months postpartum. Here, we report a rare case where a female patient underwent...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:38
Successful awake craniotomy in an aged patient with a severe hearing impairment using a bone conduction voice amplifier: a case report
The main purposes of awake craniotomy are to minimize postoperative brain dysfunction caused by the surgical procedure and to maximize the tumor resection range. In awake craniotomy, it is important to have a ...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:37
Involuntary muscle contraction caused by extracardiac stimulation is a rare complication induced by a pacemaker. We report a case who developed sudden onset diaphragmatic contractions during general anesthesia...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:36
Perioperative anesthetic management of intestinal pseudo-obstruction as a complication of pheochromocytoma
Intestinal pseudo-obstruction, which is a rare complication of pheochromocytoma, can be caused by hypersecreted catecholamines.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:35
Anaphylactic reactions to opioids are rare. We report a case of an infant who experienced fentanyl-induced anaphylaxis.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:34
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:33
Temperature monitoring in the perioperative periods is important in order to avoid both hyperthermia and hypothermia. In our pilot study, we evaluated the usefulness of Bair Hugger™ temperature monitoring syst...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:32
Anesthetic management for cesarean section in a patient receiving transplacental treatment of fetal tachyarrhythmia: a case report
Although rare, long-lasting fetal tachyarrhythmia often leads to fetal heart failure and hydrops. Some mothers receive transplacental treatment of fetal tachyarrhythmia (TTFT), which can potentially worsen mat...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:31
Desflurane for management of decompressive laminectomy in a patient with hereditary spastic paraplegia: a case report
Hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP) is a rare, genetic neurodegenerative condition. Thus far, ideal anesthetic management is not established for patients with HSP; therefore, careful selection and dosage of an...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:30
Necrotizing fasciitis following primary peritonitis caused by Streptococcus pyogenes with covS mutation in a healthy woman: a case report
Primary peritonitis due to Streptococcus pyogenes (S. pyogenes) is uncommon in patients without comorbid conditions such as immunosuppression, nephritic disease, or liver cirrhosis. Furthermore, it does not cause...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:29
Prolonged neuromuscular blockade and insufficient reversal after sugammadex administration in cesarean section under general anesthesia: a case report
We present a rare case of prolonged neuromuscular blockade and insufficient reversal after sugammadex administration in a pregnant patient being treated with magnesium sulfate and nifedipine undergoing cesarea...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:28
Vertebral artery dissection (VAD) sometimes has no specific symptoms and is difficult to differentiate from other forms of headache.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:27
Correction to: Dexmedetomidine administration in a patient with status epilepticus under color density spectral array monitoring
Following publication of the original article , the authors reported an error in Fig. 1b and c. A black bar and arrows were added.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:26
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:25
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:24
Successful anesthetic management for total mastectomy in a pregnant woman using general anesthesia combined with continuous erector spinae plane block: a case report
Anesthetic considerations for surgery during pregnancy include the safety of both mother and fetus. We successfully administered anesthesia for total mastectomy to a pregnant woman using general anesthesia com...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:23
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:22
A case of esophageal perforation after intraoperative transesophageal echocardiography in a patient with a giant left atrium: unexpectedly large distortion of the esophagus revealed on retrospectively constructed three-dimensional imaging
Esophageal perforation is a rare but serious complication of transesophageal echocardiography (TEE). An enlarged left atrium (LA), which is commonly associated with mitral stenosis (MS), is an under-recognized...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:21
Radiation enteritis following radiotherapy targeting the abdomen occasionally causes ulcers or ileus, which can be difficult to treat and usually progressive and refractory, significantly degrading the patient...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:20
Anesthetic management of a patient with chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy by combination of total intravenous and regional anesthesia
Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIPD) is a rare acquired immune-mediated progressive and relapsing disorder that causes peripheral neuropathy lasting more than 2 months. We report the succes...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:19
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:18
Renal artery aneurysms (RAAs) in pregnancy are uncommon, with most found after rupturing. The risk of RAA rupture increases during pregnancy and delivery.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:17
Continuous rectus sheath block in a patient with a postoperative rectus sheath hematoma: a case report
Severe abdominal pain caused by a rectus sheath hematoma (RSH) can decrease a patient’s activities of daily living. A case of postoperative RSH for which a continuous rectus sheath block (RSB) was effective is...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:16
Occlusion of the pulmonary artery by a primary pulmonary artery sarcoma resulting in cardiac arrest: a case report
Primary pulmonary arterial sarcoma (PPAS) is a rare condition. Although resection is recommended to improve prognosis, optimal anesthesia management for these cases remains unclear.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:15
Repeat epidural blood patch at the level of unintentional dural puncture and its neurologic complications: a case report
Autologous epidural blood patch (AEBP) is effective for post-dural-puncture headache (PDPH). In some cases, repeat procedures are required for complete cure. In rare instances, severe adverse effects can occur...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:14
Sudden cardiac arrest due to coronary vasospasm in a patient with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome during brain surgery: a case report
Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome has the risk of sudden cardiac death. Without appropriate treatment, coronary vasospasm is also a potentially fatal condition due to ischemia-induced ventricular fibrillati...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:13
Dexmedetomidine administration in a patient with status epilepticus under color density spectral array monitoring
Status epilepticus requires immediate treatment because treatment delay can cause permanent neurologic complications. Dexmedetomidine may be an option for the treatment of status epilepticus although its effec...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:12
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:11
General anesthetic management of a patient with multiple chemical sensitivity for oral surgery: a case report
Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) was first described in 1987. It is said that MCS is caused by neurological and immunological mechanisms in addition to psychosomatic mechanisms. When performing general anes...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:10
Placenta percreta is the most severe abnormality in invasive placenta and often treated with cesarean hysterectomy. Endovascular embolization for placental abnormality is known to reduce bleeding from the plac...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:9
A case of thoracic pneumatosis due to severe coughs and tracheal tube displacement induced by tracheal tube size mismatch
Thoracic pneumatosis during mechanical ventilation may be life-threatening. We encountered a patient with thoracic pneumatosis after frequent displacement of the tracheal tube with an overinflated cuff.
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:8
Retrospective investigation about anesthetic management of biliary atresia in children: laparoscopic versus conventional Kasai portoenterostomy
Biliary atresia can be fatal if surgery is not performed early. Laparoscopic Kasai portoenterostomy was recently introduced in our hospital. Despite laparoscopic surgery generally provides advantages, there ar...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:7
Intraoperative glycemic control using an artificial endocrine pancreas in a patient with a recurrent pleural solitary fibrous tumor producing insulin-like growth factor 2: a case report
Non-islet cell tumor producing insulin-like growth factor 2 involves hypoglycemia. During tumor resection, intense fluctuation of blood glucose level may occur. An artificial endocrine pancreas has been report...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:6
Massive mass embolism detected by transesophageal echocardiography in bone cement implantation syndrome: a case report
Bone cement implantation syndrome (BCIS) is a known complication in patients undergoing cemented orthopedic surgeries; however, the etiology and pathophysiology of BCIS are not fully understood. We report the ...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:5
Relief of cardiac tamponade by a congenital partial left-sided pericardial defect in a patient with ruptured acute type A aortic dissection: a case report
Acute type A aortic dissections have an extremely poor prognosis, and cardiac tamponade is a major cause of death in these patients. Here, we describe a case where congenital partial pericardial defect relieve...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:4
Rotational thromboelastometry-guided perioperative management of coagulation in a patient with Heyde’s syndrome undergoing transcatheter aortic valve implantation
Changes in coagulability during the hyperacute phase within 24 h after transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) for Heyde’s syndrome, or aortic stenosis complicated by gastrointestinal angiodysplasia and...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:3
Oesophageal submucosal hematoma after flow diverter embolization with favourable outcome treated by discontinuing postoperative antiplatelet therapy for only three days: a case report
Oesophageal submucosal hematoma is a rare perioperative complication. When this complication develops after endovascular surgery, which requires postoperative antiplatelet therapy, whether to stop antiplatelet...
Citation: JA Clinical Reports 2019 5:2
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