A 35 yrs old female undergoing surgery under general anesthesia, during which there was sudden rise in end-tidal CO2 levels. Which of the following is not likely to the cause? (Nov AIIMS, 2011)
|D||Neuroleptic Malignant syndrome|
Neuroleptic Malignant syndrome.
Sudden intraoperative rise in end-tidal CO2 levels is not seen inNeuroleptic Malignant syndrome.
1. Sudden increase in EtCO2:
a. Malignant Hyperthermia
b. Ventilation of previously unventilated lung
c. Increase of blood pressure
d. Release of tourniquet
e. Bicarb causes a temporary <2 minute rise in ETCO2
2. EtCO2 values 0:
a. Extubation/Movement into hypopharynx
b. Ventilator disconnection or failure
c. EtCO2 defect
d. ETT kink
3. Sudden decrease EtCO2 (not to 0)
a. Leak or obstruction in system
b. Partial disconnect
c. Partial airway obstruction (secretions)
d. High-dose epi can cause a decrease.