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Study Comparing Two Methods of TransversusAbdominis Plane

2019-10-03 07:54:42 | BioPortfolio

Summary

Interventional, randomised, prospective, monocentric study

Description

Interventional, randomised, prospective, monocentric and single blind study

Primary objective :

demonstrate the equivalence of c-TAP Block to us-TAP Block in postoperative analgesia

Secondary objective :

- Assess the effectiveness of c-TAP block on us-TAP Block in the obese and/or malnourished patient subgroup

- Compare the running time of the c-TAP Block to the us-TAP Block

- Assess the safety of the c-TAP Block gesture in terms of trauma to the intraperitoneal organs by the injection needle two groups:

- Arm A : c-TAP Block performed by the surgeon

- Arm B : us-TAP Block performed by the anesthesist under ultrasound control

Schedule :

- Inclusions start at: 16/09/2019

- End date of inclusions: 01/09/2020

- End date of follow-up: 01/09/2020

- Study report: 01/12/2020

Study Design

Conditions

Pain, Postoperative

Intervention

laparoscopy or laparotomy withTransversusAbdominis Plane Block

Location

Institut Godinot
Reims
France
51726

Status

Active, not recruiting

Source

Institut Jean-Godinot

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-03T07:54:42-0400

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