Trigeminocardiac Reflex Elicited in the Head and Neck Region - A Case
Report Triggered by the Removal of Jackson-Pratt Drain
Trigeminocardiac reflex (TCR) is a complex neurophysiological reflex
manifesting acute or chronic hemodynamic perturbations. Neurosurgical
triggers have been described extensively as the common cause of TCR.
Variability of TCR manifestation mainly depend on the stimulant
location. We present the first reported TCR that is triggered by removal
of Jackson-Pratt drain.