Effect of Intravenous Dexmedetomidine on Patient Discomfort in Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Under Spinal Anesthesia.
Condition: Shoulder Pain Interventions: Drug: Dexmedetomidine; Drug: normal saline Sponsor: Theodor Bilharz Research Institute Not yet recruiting
Conclusions: Magnesium sulfate is an important adjuvant drug in the practice of anesthesia, with several clinical effects and a low incidence of adverse events when used at recommended doses. Introduction Magnesium is the fourth most common ion in the body, and it participates in several cellular processes, including protein synthesis, neuromuscular function and stability of nucleic acid, as well as regulating other electrolytes such as calcium and sodium. Magnesium acts as a cofactor in protein synthesis, neuromuscular function and stability and the function of nucleic acids. It is a component of adenosine 5-triph...
CONCLUSION: CSEA can be used safely for laparoscopic cholecystectomies. Less postoperative surgical field pain, shoulder pain and PONV are the advantages of CSEA compared to GA. PMID: 28289667 [PubMed]
Conclusion: Thoracic CSE anesthesia can be used effectively for ASA I and II patients undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy with significant postoperative benefits.
Conclusions: SA as the sole anaesthesia technique is feasible, safe for elective LC.
Conclusion Laparoscopic surgeries with normal pressure CO2 pneumoperitoneum are feasible and safe under CSE. Incidence of postoperative shoulder pain was minimal due to use of intrathecal fentanyl and complications were less and easily manageable.