Rapid ventricular pacing: A novel technique to decrease cardiac output for giant basilar aneurysm surgery
A case of a 49 year old man with a giant basilar artery aneurysm requiring rapid ventricular pacing is presented. Rapid ventricular pacing decreased aneurysm size and increased operative exposure, which aided surgical decision making. It also provided decreased wall tension in the aneurysm. © 2012 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Journal of Clinical Anesthesia
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Whiteley, Joseph R.; Payne, Rebecca; Rodriguez-Diaz, Cesar; Ellegala, Dilantha B.; and Reeves, Scott T., "Rapid ventricular pacing: A novel technique to decrease cardiac output for giant basilar aneurysm surgery" (2012). Neurosurgery. 1537.