sábado, 4 de julio de 2015

Endocrinopatías y anestesia-Endocrinopathies and anesthesia

Endocrinopatías: Perspectivas actuales y cambiantes en la práctica de la anestesia
Endocrinopathies: The current and changing perspectives in anesthesia practice.
Bajwa SJ, Kaur G.
Indian J Endocr Metab 2015;19:462-9
The gateways to advancements in medical fields have always been accessed through the coalition between various specialties. It is almost impossible for any specialty to make rapid strides of its own. However, the understanding of deeper perspectives of each specialty or super specialty is essential to take initiatives for the progress of the other specialty. Endocrinology and anesthesiology are two such examples which have made rapid progress in the last three decades. Somehow the interaction and relationship among these medical streams have been only scarcely studied. Diabetes and thyroid pathophysiologies have been the most researched endocrine disorders so far in anesthesia practice but even their management strategies have undergone significant metamorphosis over the last three decades. As such, anesthesia practice has been influenced vastly by these advancements in endocrinology. However, a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between these two partially related specialties is considered to be an essential cornerstone for further progress in anesthesia and surgical sciences. The current review is an attempt to imbibe the current and the changing perspectives so as to make the understanding of the relationship between these two medical streams a little simple and clearer.
Keywords: Acromegaly, anesthesia for endocrinopathies, craniopharyngioma, diabetes mellitus, endocrinology, phaeochromocytoma, thyroid crisis
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