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The objective of this study was to compare the effect of tramadol as adjuvant to ropivacaine on the quality, duration of anaesthesia and postoperative analgesia in supraclavicular brachial plexus block.
Como objetivos secundarios se reportaron los desenlaces obstetricos y neonatales, la frecuencia de efectos secundarios, y se establecio el grado de satisfaccion de la analgesia obtenida durante el trabajo de parto.
In most of group II animals, only mild analgesia (score 1) developed in anal, tail, perineal, and right umbilical areas up to time interval T-30.
Simultaneously will note acceptance regarding epidural labor analgesia among parturients.
9] The pharmacologic properties of a-2 agonists are extensively studied and are employed clinically to achieve analgesia, anxiolysis, hypnosis, sympatholysis, and sedation in regional anesthesia.
Patients in pregabalin group had significantly prolonged duration of analgesia postoperatively before they required additional analgesic as compared to patients in gabapentin group (p<0.
The purpose of our study was to compare TEA and intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV-PCA) after open colorectal cancer surgery and to evaluate recovery of gastrointestinal function, nutritional intake, pain intensity, patient satisfaction, time out of bed, rate of postoperative complications and side effects, and length of hospital stay.
Additionally, mention is made in the literature of both pharmacological and non-pharmacological alternatives to peridural analgesia (see Table 1).
In conclusion, PIEB is an exciting new technique that appears to improve the maintenance of epidural labor analgesia compared to CEI.
The purpose of an ideal anaesthesia is to ensure loss of consciousness and reflex deep enough, and motor block and analgesia throughout the surgery under conditions that would cause minimum damage to the physiology and metabolism of the organism as well as to ensure a safe and high quality wake-up period, fast recovery and normalisation of activities in the post-recovery period, and to minimise the side effects such as nausea, vomiting, pain, and vertigo etc.