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Comparison of Successful Spinal Needle Placement Between Crossed Leg Sitting Position and Traditional Sitting Position

The study aimed to compare successful spinal needle placement between crossed leg sitting position and traditional sitting position in patients underwent urology surgery.


Comparison of Successful Spinal Needle Insertion Between Obese and Non-obese Pregnant Women

The study aimed to compare successful spinal needle insertion between obese and non-obese pregnant women in crossed leg sitting position undergoing cesarean section

Measurement of Hemodynamic Variables Under Spinal Anesthesia With Varied Positioning

Multiple studies have compared spinal anesthetic performed supine versus lateral, with varying results, in parturients having elective cesarean section. Needle positioning during spinal placement has also been examined. No positioning techniques have demonstrated definitive superiority for hemodynamic stability. Investigators propose that following spinal placement in the sitting position if the patient is placed in a lateral position for 90 seconds prior to turning them supin...


A New Neuraxial Position Technique " The Anatolian Sitting Position- Sitting Fetal Cross-legged"

A prosperous neuraxial anesthesia positioning ensures a raised chance of successful needle placement. The primary aim is to compare "The Anatolian sitting position-ASP" with "The Sitting Fetal Position-SFP" sonographically. Secondary aim is to compare their comfort.

Ultrasonographic and Comfort Comparison of Sitting Fetal Cross-legged Position With Lateral Decubitus Fetal Position

A prosperous neuraxial anesthesia positioning ensures a raised chance of successful needle placement. The primary aim is to compare "Sitting Cross-legged Fetal Position -SCF" with "Lateral Decubitus Fetal Position-LDF" anatomically via sonography. Secondary aim is to compare their comfort.

'' Comparison of Interspinal Distance Measurements in Different Sitting Positions in Adult Patients ''

The most important factor for ease of operation and safety during spinal anesthesia is the determination of the spinal space. Increasing lumbar flexion facilitates access to the spinal space. Traditionally, patients undergo spinal anesthesia with lateral or sitting lumbar flexion. In a study by Martha L Walker et al., The maximum extension of the knees, adduction of the hip, and a modified sitting position with the back flexion, ie, the abdominal crunch position, were fo...

Does Ultrasound Help Junior Anesthesia Residents With Placement of Labor Analgesia in Pregnant Patients

The investigators believe that ultrasound guided CSE technique will help junior resident rotating for the first time on the labor and delivery floor to place more accurately the epidural needle in the midline position as compared to placing the epidural needle via palpation of anatomical landmarks. This will result in increased ability to place the spinal component with positive cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) in the spinal needle, correct midline placement of the epidural catheter...

A Comparison of Intravascular Injection With Chiba Needle and Whitacre Needle

Caudal epidural injection (CEI) is effective for spinal pain. However, intravascular injection may occur during CEI, which can lead to hematoma, neurologic deficit and local anesthetics systemic toxicity. Whitacre type needle has been reported to be effective for reducing intravascular injection during transforaminal epidural injection. In this study, we compared the Chiba needle and Whitacre needle on incidence of intravascular injection during CEI.

Efficacy of Shotblocker in Spinal Needle Related Pain

This was a single-blind, randomized controlled trial. Seventy-six patients who underwent spinal anesthesia for surgery were randomized into the Shotblocker group or Control group. Before the insertion of a 25-gauge spinal needle, Shotblocker was applied just before the spinal needle insertion in the Shotblocker group. 10-cm visual analog scale to evaluate the pain intensity of spinal needle insertion and a five-point scale for patient satisfaction were compared between the two ...

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Assessment of the Use of Ultrasound for Epidural Catheter Placement and Comparison With Palpation Technique

This study is intended to determine whether ultrasound imaging can improve the ability to place a spinal or epidural needle in obstetric anesthesia. By evaluating the use of ultrasound for the placement of epidural catheters the investigators hope to answer two questions: 1. How does the traditional technique based on palpation compare to one using ultrasound to place an epidural catheter? 2. Does ultrasound reduce one potential risk in epidural placement?

Pulsatile Pressure Waveform to Confirm Correct Placement of the Epidural in Laboring Patients

Epidural analgesia is highly effective for labor pain relief and is widely chosen by pregnant patients. However, placement of the epidural needle can be challenging in pregnant patients due to lax tissue ligaments and edema so that the traditional loss of resistance method (LOR) used to find the space may be subtle leading to retries which may delay onset of analgesia as well as increase the risk of complications. The ability to transduce a pulsatile pressure waveform from epid...

Extra Sitting Time After Spinal Anesthesia for Cesarean Section and Fetal Well-being

After injection of the spinal anesthetic drug, women will be allowed to lie down immediately (0-30 sec) or after three minutes (180 sec) of sitting. The incidence of maternal hypotension and fetal umbilical cord blood pH will be recorded.

OB Placement Study Using EST

Combined spinal-epidural (CSE) is an established technique for providing labour analgesia to obstetric patients which provides rapid onset but unsustained analgesia. The epidural catheter can be used to extend and provide continuous pain relief, however during single-segment needle-through-needle CSE, the catheter is untested. This study aims to confirm placement of epidural catheters and laterality of anesthesia through the epidural stimulation test (EST) which was first descr...

Feasibility of Real-time Ultrasound-guided Spinal Anesthesia Using Dynamic Needle Tip Positioning

Confirming the L4-L5 or L3-L4 vertebrae level with ultrasound in real time for adults who scheduled elective surgery under spinal anesthesia, and introduce the spinal needle into the subarachnoid space. The ultrasound probe continues to track needle tips in real time by sliding/tilting with short axis view. Check that the spinal needle reaches subarachnoid space, and that CSF is released through the needle hub, and administer the drug. In this process, it is recorded by observ...

The Effects of Keeping the Patient in a Sitting Position for One Minute After Spinal Anesthesia

The aim of this study was to examine the effect of keeping the patient in a sitting position for 1 minute after spinal anaesthesia in elective caesarean operations, primarily on the formation of hypotension and secondarily on nausea-vomiting, the need for ephedrine and the block characteristics.

Intravenous Fentanyl or Local Anesthetic Infiltration for Pain Reducing During Spinal Needle Insertion

Background and Objectives: Spinal puncture is painful procedure which may cause patient refusal of spinal anesthesia in future surgery. It could be minimized with topical and infiltration local anesthetic or intravenous opioid application before procedure. Objective was efficacy of intravenous fentanyl in alleviating pain during spinal needle insertion. Methods: Prospective, randomized study included 88 adults (33-55 ages, ASA I/II), scheduled for lower leg surgery. Patients w...

Comparison of Two Analgesic Pretreatment Techniques Before Spinal Needle Insertion for Pain Reduction and Maternal Satisfaction Level Assessment in Women Undergoing LSCS.

Nowadays lower segment cesarean sections are preferably carried out under regional anesthesia due to multiple advantages. Local infiltration of lidocaine or any other anesthetic is used before lumber puncture in many centers to reduce needle stick pain. EMLA (eutectic mixture of local anesthetic) cream is the combination of lidocaine and prilocaine which have been effectively used in few studies to reduce needle prick pain. We would like to see which analgesic pretreat...

Norepinephrine Versus Ephedrine in Treatment of Hypotension During Spinal Anesthesia for Caesarean Section

Prospective, randomized study, including full term parturients scheduled for caesarean section under spinal anesthesia. Spinal anesthesia was performed in sitting position with a 25 G spinal needle and all patients received 15 ml/kg of crystalloid intravenously during the spinal block. Baseline hemodynamics: heart rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure were recorded before spinal anesthesia and intraoperatively. Postspinal hypotension, defined as decrease of Systolic blood...

Comparison of Effects of Positions Given to a Patient on the Success of Combined Spinal-epidural Anesthesia Application

85 patients were randomly allocated to the left lateral, squat and traditional sitting position for combined spinal-epidural anesthesia. In this study aimed at the orthopedic surgery patient comparison of the effect of the position given to a patient on the success of combined spinal-epidural anesthesia application.

Deep-learning Based Location of Spine CT

CT-guided epidural steroid injection (ESI) thrives among interventional radiologists. Although X-ray fluoroscopy still remains as the gold standard to guide ESI, CT guidance has the merits of accurate location of needle tip and relatively low radiation doses with intermittent mode. However, it is time-consuming for doctors to select the optimal plane for needle placement and manually segment spinal structures. The main of the study is to automatically identify the optimal plane...

Endoleak Repair Guided by Navigation Technology

The study is aimed at investigating whether repair of endoleak type II can be improved by adding navigation technology. Can this technology increase precision by guiding the needle that punctures through the skin as used during the repair procedure? Can the procedure logistics be improved by using navigation technology instead of computed tomography (CT) guidance of the needle puncture? Parameters logged during the procedure: - was the needle placement successful? ...

Regional Blocks of Gynecological Surgeries

This study will be conducted on 81 patients of ASA grade I and II aged from 25 to 55 years and presented for elective vaginal surgeries such as vaginal hysterectomy,repair of prolapse . Patients will be divided into three equal groups; group A control group for conventional epidural technique(n=27), group B for dural puncture epidural with spinal needle 27G(n=27) and group C for dural puncture epidural with spinal needle 25G(n=27). Randomization will be done using computer gene...

Vapocoolant Spray for Reducing the Pain of Spinal Needle Insertion

This was a single-blind, randomized controlled trial. Sixty-six patients who underwent caudal epidural injection were randomized into the vapocoolant spray group or local infiltration group. Before the insertion of a 20-gauge spinal needle, the subcutaneous tissue was infiltrated with 3 ml of 2% lidocaine in the local infiltration group and vapocoolant spray was applied just before the spinal needle insertion in the spray group. 100-mm visual analog scale to evaluate the pain i...

Comparison of NovoFine Needles (4 mm vs. 6 mm)

This trial is conducted in Europe. The aim of this investigation is to explore the safety of a 4 mm needle compared to a 6 mm needle when injected in children and lean adults with diabetes.

Stereotactic MRI Based Image Guidance for the Treatment of Vascular Malformations - a Pilot Study

Treatment of vascular malformations requires the placement of a needle within anatomically non well defined, pathological vessels, which may be as small as 1 mm, with the current state of the art relying exclusively on two dimensional fluoroscopy images for guidance. The investigators hypothesize that the combination of stereotactic image guidance with existing targeting methods will result in faster and more reproducible needle placements.


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