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Celiac Plexus Block - Springer Nature

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Last Updated: 12 October 2021

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Emergence agitation after intraoperative neurolytic celiac plexus block with alcohol: a case report

Background Emergence anxiety after general anesthesia may trigger several undesirable events in the facility throughout person anesthetic recovery, and acute alcohol drunkenness, while rare in surgery, is one of the risk elements. Case discussion A 66-year-old male person was discovered to have pancreatic tail tumor on computed tomography evaluation. Nonetheless, the doctor discovered substantial growth metastasis in the abdominal dental caries, and hence did a neurolytic celiac plexus block with 40 ml 95% ethyl alcohol and ended up the surgical procedure in around 1 h. Twenty mins later, the individual was extubated and created significant appearance frustration in the postoperative care unit, identified by restlessness, irrepressible activities, confusion and disorientation. Thus, the individual was provided 40 mg of propofol intravenously. Development agitation might be because of acute alcohol intoxication after intraoperative use alcohol.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12871-021-01426-2

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