Anaesthesia and Cardiac Image

\r\n General anaesthesia for cardiac MRI is governed by similar principles for any anaesthetic technique in children with heart disease. High-risk imaging refers to imaging in patients with medical or health-related risks, imaging with equipment-related risks, and procedure-related risks such as MRI-guided surgery, minimally invasive procedures. MRI can be performed in patients who have undergone previous cardiac surgery. Absolute contraindications include patients with pacemakers and defibrillators.  A Deep sedation or general anaesthesia is indicated in neonates, infants and small children for MRI. The challenges during MRI include limited access to patient and equipment, low ambient temperature with risk for hypothermia and a noisy unfamiliar environment with the remote location from the operating room. Anaesthetic care for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as moderate sedation, deep sedation, monitored anaesthesia care, general anaesthesia, or ventilatory and critical care support.

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  • Morphology
  • Cardiac MR imaging
  • CT radiation risk

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