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Анестезия при артроскопических операциях на нижних конечностях у пожилых пациентов

https://doi.org/10.35401/2500-0268-2020-20-4-65-72

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Аннотация

Значительный рост артрозов и артритов обусловил востребованность не только консервативного, но и других методов хирургического лечения, среди которых на первый план по распространенности и эффективности выступают артроскопические вмешательства. Малоинвазивность, меньшая по сравнению с традиционными хирургическими методами лечения травматичность, возможность осуществить лечение по принципу «хирургия одного дня» предопределяют их все большую востребованность.

В статье представлен обзор литературных данных об особенностях анестезиологического пособия у пациентов пожилого возраста, подвергшихся артроскопическим вмешательствам на нижних конечностях.

Об авторах

М. В. Королев
Медицинский университет «Реавиз»
Россия

Королев Михаил Вадимович, старший преподаватель кафедры хирургических болезней

443001, Самара, ул. Чапаевская, 227



В. Я. Вартанов
Медицинский университет «Реавиз»
Россия

Вартанов Владимир Яковлевич, д. м. н., профессор кафедры хирургических болезней

Самара



С. А. Столяров
Медицинский университет «Реавиз»
Россия

Столяров Сергей Анатольевич, д. м. н., профессор, заведующий кафедрой хирургических болезней

Самара



А. А. Гусак
Медицинский университет «Реавиз»
Россия

Гусак Александр Александрович, ассистент кафедры хирургических болезней

Самара



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Королев М.В., Вартанов В.Я., Столяров С.А., Гусак А.А. Анестезия при артроскопических операциях на нижних конечностях у пожилых пациентов. Инновационная медицина Кубани. 2020;(4):65-72. https://doi.org/10.35401/2500-0268-2020-20-4-65-72

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Korolev M.V., Vartanov V.Y., Stolyarov S.A., Gusak A.A. Anesthesia for arthroscopic surgery on the lower extremities in elderly patients. Innovative Medicine of Kuban. 2020;(4):65-72. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.35401/2500-0268-2020-20-4-65-72

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