Vol. 3, Issue 3 (2017)
Can we use spinal anesthesia in ulcer perforation peritonitis?
Author(s): J Laoutid, F Sakit, H Kechna, N JBili, L Bibiche, MA Hachimi
Abstract: The management of perforation peritonitis patients categorized ASA IV with high risk of general anesthesia constitute a challenging situation. We report a successful spinal anesthesia as anesthetic technic in ulcer perforation peritonitis in a 78 years-old with high risk of general anesthesia and we discuss different regional anesthetic technics reported in the literature for such patients.