MANEJO DA HIPERTENSÃO PRÉ-ANESTÉSICA E INTRAOPERATÓRIA EM PACIENTES SUBMETIDOS A CIRURGIA BARIÁTRICA

  • Victória Alexia Enriconi Arend Centro Universitário da Fundação Assis Gurgacz https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3630-4949
  • Luis Fernando Gallina Centro Universitário da Fundação Assis Gurgacz
  • Carlos Eduardo Santos Martins Médico. Centro Universitário da Fundação Assis Gurgacz
  • Ivan Roberto Bonotto Orso Médico. Centro Universitário da Fundação Assis Gurgacz
Palavras-chave: Hipertensão, Cirurgia Bariátrica, Anestesia

Resumo

Introdução: A obesidade é um distúrbio metabólico que acomete grande parte da população e vem crescendo exponencialmente nos últimos anos. Associado a esse distúrbio metabólico, tem-se a hipertensão arterial, prevalente também durante o procedimento cirúrgico, sendo uma complicação ou gerando complicações, precisando ser manejada de forma adequada pelo anestesista. Metodologia: Foram analisados 11 prontuários de pacientes submetidos a cirurgia bariátrica no ano de 2018, em um hospital particular de Cascavel/PR. Resultados: Nos prontuários analisados, foi encontrada uma média de idade de 36,63 anos, com prevalência do sexo masculino (n=6). A média de IMC foi de 44,25 kg/m2 e dos 11 pacientes, 5 eram previamente hipertensos (45,45%). Quanto a pressão arterial, a média intraoperatória foi de PAS de 145,9mmHg e uma média de PAD de 89mmHg, sendo que apenas 1 paciente necessitou de droga anti-hipertensiva específica. Não foram registradas complicações. Conclusão: O manejo e escolha adequada das drogas anestésicas por parte do anestesista, permite um procedimento sem intercorrências pressóricas.

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2020-09-02
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Arend, V., Gallina, L. F., Martins, C., & Orso, I. (2020). MANEJO DA HIPERTENSÃO PRÉ-ANESTÉSICA E INTRAOPERATÓRIA EM PACIENTES SUBMETIDOS A CIRURGIA BARIÁTRICA. FAG JOURNAL OF HEALTH (FJH), 2(3), 342-347. Recuperado de https://fjh.fag.edu.br/index.php/fjh/article/view/232
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