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>Revistas >Revista Mexicana de Anestesiología >Año 2007, No. 4


Ramírez-Guerrero JA
Liposucción. Consideraciones anestésicas y perioperatorias
Rev Mex Anest 2007; 30 (4)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 62
Paginas: 233-241
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RESUMEN

La liposucción se ha convertido en uno de los procedimientos cosméticos más frecuentemente practicados a nivel mundial por los cirujanos plásticos. El entendimiento de los cambios fisiológicos que ocurren durante el procedimiento y el avance en las técnicas quirúrgicas y anestésicas ha permitido la aspiración de grandes volúmenes de grasa en una sola intervención. Sin embargo, no es un procedimiento libre de riesgos. Desafortunadamente, éstos han sido minimizados, por lo que muchos casos se manejan en forma ambulatoria, pero existen muchas complicaciones posibles, como la trombosis venosa, la tromboembolia pulmonar, la embolia grasa, la sobrecarga hídrica con edema pulmonar, la perforación de órganos abdominales, la toxicidad por lidocaína y aun la muerte. En este trabajo se revisa la morbimortalidad asociada a este procedimiento y se sugieren las posibles técnicas de anestesia.


Palabras clave: Liposucción.


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