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Anesthesia management in cesarean section with lown ganong levine syndrome

Duygu Demiroz Aslan; Fusun Adam; Neslihan Altunkaya.

Lown Ganong Levine (LGL) which is a preexcitation syndrome is defined with paroxysmal tachycardia, dyspnea, anxiety, angina, and the complaint of fatigue accompanied by characteristic changes on ECG (short PR). Herein, we present a case of cesarean which we completed with a low-dose spinal anesthesia without problem, avoiding from general anesthesia which could be induced with numerous arrhythmogenic drugs, because of arrhythmia complication which might be mortal.

Key words: Lown ganong levine;cesarean;spinal anesthesia

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