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RMJ. 2018; 43(3): 565-567


Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease

Eunsu Kang, Jae-Wook Jung, Ji Yeon Kwon, Ki Hwa Lee, Myoung Jin Ko, Young-Gyun Choi.

Abstract
A 66-year-old female patient with breast cancer was planned to receive partial mastectomy. She had well-controlled hypertension. A preoperative electrocardiogram showed some atrial premature complexes. In the operating room, 3 mm ST segment depression and T wave inversion were detected on a lead II ECG. The operation was canceled, and coronary artery occlusive disease was found, requiring treatment intervention. After 6 weeks from PCI, operation was performed without any complications. This case shows that the anesthesiologist plays an important role in detecting new-onset medical problems and taking the appropriate action.

Key words: Electrocardiography, Monitoring, Intraoperative


 
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Kang E, Jung J, Kwon JY, Lee KH, Ko MJ, Choi Y. Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease. RMJ. 2018; 43(3): 565-567.


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Kang E, Jung J, Kwon JY, Lee KH, Ko MJ, Choi Y. Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease. http://www.rmj.org.pk/?mno=280374 [Access: September 22, 2018].


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Kang E, Jung J, Kwon JY, Lee KH, Ko MJ, Choi Y. Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease. RMJ. 2018; 43(3): 565-567.



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Kang E, Jung J, Kwon JY, Lee KH, Ko MJ, Choi Y. Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease. RMJ. (2018), [cited September 22, 2018]; 43(3): 565-567.



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Kang, E., Jung, J., Kwon, J. Y., Lee, K. H., Ko, M. J. & Choi, Y. (2018) Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease. RMJ, 43 (3), 565-567.



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Kang, Eunsu, Jae-Wook Jung, Ji Yeon Kwon, Ki Hwa Lee, Myoung Jin Ko, and Young-Gyun Choi. 2018. Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease. Rawal Medical Journal, 43 (3), 565-567.



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Kang, Eunsu, Jae-Wook Jung, Ji Yeon Kwon, Ki Hwa Lee, Myoung Jin Ko, and Young-Gyun Choi. "Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease." Rawal Medical Journal 43 (2018), 565-567.



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Kang, Eunsu, Jae-Wook Jung, Ji Yeon Kwon, Ki Hwa Lee, Myoung Jin Ko, and Young-Gyun Choi. "Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease." Rawal Medical Journal 43.3 (2018), 565-567. Print.



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Kang, E., Jung, J., Kwon, J. Y., Lee, K. H., Ko, M. J. & Choi, Y. (2018) Electrocardiogram change before anesthesia induction in the operating room reveals coronary artery occlusive disease. Rawal Medical Journal, 43 (3), 565-567.




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