Management Of Sick Sinus Syndrome And Complications With General Anesthesia
An 83-year-old female with a past medical history of type II diabetes, CKD, and hypertension presented to the ED and with concerns of altered mental status. She was found to be hypothermic, bradycardic, and hypotensive. Patient was unresponsive to atropine, glucagon, and required vasopressors to maintain hemodynamic stability. She was ultimately initiated on hemodialysis and required a PPM due to sick sinus syndrome being the likely etiology of her presentation. This case study will discuss the management of acute sick sinus syndrome and further implications for patients who then require procedural anesthesia.
Fardous R, Yousef J, Soto R. Management of sick sinus syndrome and complications with general anesthesia. Presented at: American Society of Anesthesiology Annual Meeting; 2022 Oct 21-25; New Orleans, LA.