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Currently, there is no data on the part and type of Loco-regional Anaesthesia used for Video or Robot-assisted Thoracic Pulmonary Surgery. The experience and habits of each team taking charge of the perioperative period seem to be the determining factors for the achievement of one type of Loco-regional Anaesthesia over another. The aim of this epidemiological study is to identify, 6 months after the publication of the SFAR / SFCTCV 2019 recommendations, the proportion and type of Loco-regional Anaesthesia used in Video or Robot-assisted Thoracic Pulmonary Surgery within French teams.


Clinical Trial Description

Currently, there is no data on the part and type of Loco-regional Anaesthesia used for Video or Robot-assisted Thoracic Pulmonary Surgery. The experience and habits of each team taking charge of the perioperative period seem to be the determining factors for the achievement of one type of Loco-regional Anaesthesia over another. The aim of this epidemiological study is to identify, 6 months after the publication of the SFAR / SFCTCV 2019 recommendations, the proportion and type of Loco-regional Anaesthesia used in Video or Robot-assisted Thoracic Pulmonary Surgery within French teams. ;


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NCT number NCT05126524
Study type Observational
Source Société Française d'Anesthésie et de Réanimation
Contact Grégoire LE GAC, MD
Phone 33 2 99 28 24 22
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase
Start date January 4, 2021
Completion date March 31, 2022

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