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What is the risk for a patient if you have performed spinal anesthesia and you find that they have a motor blockade at the level of T6?



A. No, they are at increases risk for dural puncture headache.
B. Yes, this is considered a safe level of sympathetic blockade.
C. No, the patient is at risk for profound bradycardia.
D. No, the level of blockade is inadequate.

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Asked by Scottishduffy, Last updated: Feb 16, 2020

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Answered Jan 20, 2018

No, the patient is at risk for profound bradycardia.
 

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