- •Identifying risk factors might improve prevention of spinal-induced hypotension.
- •Baseline non-invasive stroke volume variation with passive leg raising was assessed.
- •Pre-spinal stroke volume change predicted hypotension after spinal anesthesia.
- •Assessment of change in stroke volume may help prevent hypotension.
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