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  • Para-proximal control for Para-ophthalmic Aneurysms

    Final Number:
    288

    Authors:
    Ali Hassan Aljuzair MD

    Study Design:
    Other

    Subject Category:
    Aneurysm/Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

    Meeting: AANS/CNS Cerebrovascular Section 2017 Annual Meeting

    Introduction: Aneurysms of the para-ophthalmic segment of anterior circulation are common. Their treatment are challenging because of the narrow anatomic corridor of the internal carotid artery for proximal control. Rapid ventricular pacing (RVC) is one of the methods to control blood flow during dissection and clip application. The present study aimed to asses the efficacy of RVC as proximal control in para-ophthalmic aneurysms.

    Methods: Three patients have been enrolled in this study until now. RVC was used during the aneurysm dissection and clip application in all cases.

    Results: The RVC was feasible to use during the procedures. It was used frequently > 5 times in one of the cases for up to 2 minutes duration using continuous ECG monitoring with uneventful recovery of all patients.

    Conclusions: The RVC is save and convenient to use during para-Opthalmic aneurysms surgery and should be considered as standard method for proximal control.

    Patient Care: It will add a safe and convenient method of proximal control in para-ophthalmic aneurysm that will help to improve the surgical outcome of these diseases.

    Learning Objectives: 1- Study the anatomy of internal carotid artery and different blood inflow to para-ophthalmic aneurysm. 2- Review different methods of proximal control in para-ophthalmic artery aneurysms. 3- Study the efficacy and safety of RVC use in para-Opthalmic aneurysms.

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