Journal of Gynecological Endoscopy and Surgery

REVIEW ARTICLE
Year
: 2011  |  Volume : 2  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 75--78

Anesthetic implications of robotic gynecologic surgery


J Thomas McLarney, Gregory L Rose 
 Department of Anesthesiology, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, Kentucky

Correspondence Address:
Gregory L Rose
1240 Todds Station, Lexington
Kentucky

Surgery using robotic techniques is becoming more and more common. One of the specialties at the fore-front of robotic surgery has been gynecology, much like it was at the fore-front a generation ago in bringing laparoscopy into the operating room. New considerations have been noted and new techniques have been learned on both sides of the drape in order to ensure a successful outcome for the patient undergoing robotic gynecologic surgery. The purpose of this article is to bring, to light the concerns facing the anesthesiologist in regards to robotic procedures. We discuss the problems facing anesthesiologists, when a patient is experiencing both intraabdominal insufflation and steep Trendelenburg position, and also the intraoperative management of such a patient.


How to cite this article:
McLarney J T, Rose GL. Anesthetic implications of robotic gynecologic surgery.J Gynec Endosc Surg 2011;2:75-78


How to cite this URL:
McLarney J T, Rose GL. Anesthetic implications of robotic gynecologic surgery. J Gynec Endosc Surg [serial online] 2011 [cited 2017 Mar 27 ];2:75-78
Available from: http://www.gynecendoscopy.org/article.asp?issn=0974-1216;year=2011;volume=2;issue=2;spage=75;epage=78;aulast=McLarney;type=0