Emergency Cesarean Section in a Pregnant Woman with Aspirin Intolerance
尾崎, 由佳 ,
杉浦, 孝広 ,
梶谷, 美砂金子, 武彦
66 , 2016-09-20 , 広島麻酔医学会
We report a 38 year-old parturient with aspirin-intolerance who underwent 2nd emergency cesarean section. She underwent a skin test because of multi-drug allergy, and the results suggested that spinal anesthesia could be acceptable. She underwent spinal anesthesia and both she and the baby were well. There was no adverse event during the cesarean section. We considered that it is quite important to recognize the potential complications and to focus on the risk factors preoperatively to prevent anaphylaxis.