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The question remains whether the patients in whom USG-guided regional anesthesia and analgesia techniques are applied have a better recovery score than subarachnoid morphine administration, which is considered the gold standard. The primary aim of this study is to evaluate the quality of recovery score using the Obstetric Recovery Quality Score-ObsQoR-10 questionnaire experienced by the patients who underwent elective cesarean section and compare the results of different regional anesthesia techniques with subarachnoid morphine.


Clinical Trial Description

National and international guidelines, hospital protocols, the anesthesiologist's experience, and the patient's decision play a role in selecting the technique used for postoperative analgesia after cesarean section. The quality of recovery score experienced following elective cesarean section in a total of 180 patients over one year (December 31, 2021-2022) who applied subarachnoid morphine, TAP block, OS-TAP block, QL block, ESP block, and TFD block (30 patients for each technique) will be evaluated with the ObsQoR-10 questionnaire 24 hours after delivery. The regional anesthesia techniques information applied to the patients will be obtained from the patient file. Researchers will not perform any interventional procedure, and any randomization will not be applied. After the data collection process for the study is completed, ObsQoR-10 will be compared statistically. The secondary aims of this study are to compare the cases in terms of postoperative analgesia and antiemetic requirements, first food intake and standing up without support, and patient satisfaction. ;


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NCT number NCT05181358
Study type Observational
Source Konya Meram State Hospital
Contact
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date December 31, 2021
Completion date January 30, 2023

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