Author(s): Dr. Shweta Joshi*,Dr. Madhu Chavan
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We hereby report the clinical journey of a parturient with congenitally
corrected transposition of great arteries (CCTGA) associated with
hypothyroidism and complete heart block posted for elective caesarean
section. Parturient with congenitally corrected transposition of the great
arteries (CCTGA) have tendency to develop cardiac dysrhythmias and left
ventricular failure during intraoperative and postoperative period.
Successful anesthetic management during perioperative period in a case of
parturient with CCTGA posted for elective caesarean section is explained in
this case report. We would like to highlight the anesthetic challenges and
advantages of epidural anesthesia in maintaining hemodynamic stability
during cesarean section.