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|Title:||Oculocardiac reflex in a nonsedated laser in sietu keratomileusis patient|
|Authors:||Uludağ Üniversitesi/Tıp Fakültesi/Oftalmoloji Bölümü.|
|Citation:||Baykara, M. vd. (2002). "Oculocardiac reflex in a nonsedated laser in situ keratomileusis patient". Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, 28(9), 1698-1699.|
|Abstract:||A healthy 21-year-old man had laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) in the right eye for a refractive error of -7.0 diopters. The electrocardiogram findings and heart rate were recorded before LASIK; during eye lid speculum insertion, vacuum application, corneal flap preparation, and excimer laser keratectomy; and after the procedure. The pre-LASIK heart rate was 90 pulses/min. Severe bradycardia of 40 beats/min developed during vacuum application, and the procedure was terminated. Severe bradycardia caused by an oculocardiac reflex may occur during LASIK, and patients should be closely monitored during the procedure.|
|Description:||Bu çalışma, Antalya[Türkiye]'de düzenlenen 34. Türk Oftalmoloji Derneği Ulusal Kongresinde (34th National Congress of the Turkish-Ophthalmology-Society) bildiri olarak sunulmuştur.|
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