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Remimazolam has shown promising results for sedation in colonoscopy . Alfentanil is widely used in the analgesia of ERCP . The purpose of the study was to determine the 90% Effective Dose of Remimazolam for Duodenoscopy Insertion During ERCP With Alfentanil 10µg/kg
The study is conducted to evaluate the effect of Ibuprofen sustained release premedication on the success of buccal infiltration anaesthesia, intaroperative pain and post operative pain in mandibular molars with symptomatic irreversible pulpitis and apical periodontitis
The purpose of our study is to determine if monitoring sedation (how asleep patients are under general anesthesia) using a device called a Sedline Monitor affects the amount of anesthesia patients receive.
The purpose of the study is to use duloxetine as premedication in Anterior cruciate ligament repair under spinal anesthesia and evaluate the effect on onset and duration of spinal anesthesia and postoperative pain control.
The aim of this study is to demonstrate the efficacy and safety of a specialised post-anaesthetic care unit (PACU) to a conventional intensive care unit (ICU) in adult patients after major thoracic and abdominal surgery. A better understanding of PACU for postoperative care is likely to reduce mortality and postoperative complications.
Randomized controlled intervention study comparing echogenic needles with non echogenic needles for ultrasound guided venous access in the subclavian vein.
Purpose: 1. To compare the incidence of postoperative hyperalgesia induced by remifentanil in patients undergoing gynecological laparoscopic surgery in plateau and plain areas 2. To compare the peri-operative analgesic requirements of patients in plain and plateau areas
The COVERT Collaborative is led by a group of academic surgeons that is looking into the impact of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic on Trauma and Orthopaedic practice. This will involve both trauma and elective procedures, as well as mortality rates, operative and anaesthetic case mix. The information will help to shape service reconfiguration and enhance patient-specific treatment especially in the threat of potential subsequent waves and future pandemics.
Minimal flow anesthesia has economic and environmental advantages in addition to providing earlier recovery following general anesthesia. There is a paucity of data concerning the effect of minimal flow anesthesia (fresh gas flow <0,5 l/min) on recovery parameters. The primary objective of this study is to compare the recovery parameters of desflurane and sevoflurane in minimal flow anesthesia while the secondary objective is to compare the effect of these agents on anesthetic depth using bispectral index.
The purpose of this study is to monitor vital signs with contact and non-contact monitors in patients during anesthesia, and analyze the signal differences between the two monitors.