May 2019

Case of the Month 

Patient/ family consent: Patient’s identity (DOB), patient`s face or other details and case-related details (day of surgery) are not recognizable or showed.

Provider: Gabor Erodes, MD, PhD, Vice Director of Adult Cardiovascular and Paediatric Cardiac Anaesthesia, Director of EACTA Fellowship Programme, Site University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland.

Summary: That is a bedside monitor from a patient undergoing catheter ablation for recurrent ventricular fibrillation, under GA.


  1. What could you find in the bedside monitor? How is it possible?
  2. How could you monitor patients with LVAD undergoing non-cardiac procedures?


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