Guidelines for the intraoperative management of patients undergoing spine surgery authors karl zheng and martin angst general considerations surgical procedures are divided into three classes based on the extent of surgery minor major and complex. It is specialized focusing entirely on anesthesia for surgery of the spine some of the material particularly the sections on spinal cord injury and electrophysiologic monitoring of the spinal cord can be found in other texts its strength is the presentation of a total approach to anesthesia for spinal cord surgery. Major spinal surgery is commonly associated with massive haemorrhage airway compromise has been reported to occur in up to 19 of patients after cervical spine surgery the risk of postoperative visual loss is increased in patients undergoing prone spinal surgery. Overall anesthesia for spine surgery is an excellent first edition textbook covering the evolving subspecialty of anesthesia for spine surgery despite some minor flaws the authors have worked very hard to produce the first comprehensive text on this topic and should be commended for their job
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