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Catecholamine Concentrations during and after Retroperitoneoscopic Adrenalectomies in Surgeon, Anaesthetist and Patients – how is physiological stress different from pathophysiological stress?
Medical Research Archives
During resections of phaeochromocytoma release of catecholamines can lead to excessive hypertension and arrhythmia. Therefore, these procedures can be stressful to surgeons and anaesthetists. It is completely unknown, how the excessive catecholamine concentrations in phaeochromocytoma patients relate to catecholamine concentrations of physiological stress of physicians and control patients undergoing adrenalectomy because of hormone inactive tumours. We measured catecholamine concentrations,doi:10.18103/mra.v9i4.2403 fatcat:vgowykblpzh5jhoyipqffgivja