Although the endovascular repair of thoraco-abdominal aortic aneurysm (TAAA) is the treatment of choice in high-risk population not eligible for open surgical approach, little is known on the association between the type of anesthesia and complications. In the present study the short-term clinical outcomes of patients undergoing the visceral step of TAAA with fenestrated endograft aortic repair (FEVAR) and branched endograft aortic repair (BEVAR) under general anesthesia (GA) was compared to sedation with monitored care anesthesia (MAC).

Association between type of anaesthesia and clinical outcome in patients undergoing endovascular repair of thoraco-abdominal aortic aneurysms by fenestrated and branched endografts

Rocchi, Margherita;Melissano, Germano;Bertoglio, Luca;Chiesa, Roberto
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Zangrillo, Alberto
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Abstract

Although the endovascular repair of thoraco-abdominal aortic aneurysm (TAAA) is the treatment of choice in high-risk population not eligible for open surgical approach, little is known on the association between the type of anesthesia and complications. In the present study the short-term clinical outcomes of patients undergoing the visceral step of TAAA with fenestrated endograft aortic repair (FEVAR) and branched endograft aortic repair (BEVAR) under general anesthesia (GA) was compared to sedation with monitored care anesthesia (MAC).
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