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Serratus Plane Block With Parenteral Opioid Analgesia Versus Patient Controlled Analgesia in Rib Fractures

In this multicentre randomised controlled trial, adult patients with isolated chest trauma and two or more unilateral rib fractures will be randomised to either serratus plane block and patient controlled analgesia or patient controlled analgesia alone. Our primary outcome is the static visual analogue scale score at one hour.


Serratus Anterior Block for Video-assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery

Ultrasound-guided SAPB is a facial plane block which maintained analgesia with blockade of lateral branches of intercostal nerves at above or below serratus plane muscle. There are few cases and studies in the literature reporting successful analgesia provided by SAPB in VATS operations. The serratus plane block is used in our clinic for postoperative analgesia in VATS operations. The aim of this study was to evaluate the postoperative pain scores and use of analgesia in patien...

Evaluation of Patient Analgesia After Bloc Serratus

Thorax traumas are very common in severe traumatology, including road accidents, representing the second most frequent site (after head injury, according to the FIRST study). These thoracic lesions are the cause of many complications (pneumothorax, hemothorax, lung infections, atelectasis). The national recommendations recommend the use of multi-modal analgesia with the use of regional loco anaesthesia for pain management and prevention of respiratory complications, incl...


Serratus Anterior Plane Block: Post-operative Analgesia in Video-assisted Thoracic Surgery

The objective of the study is to compare the efficacy of the Serratus Anterior Plane block (SPB) realised in its deep plane, with a multi-holed catheter in place for twenty four hours, to a standard intravenous analgesia for small videoassisted thoracic surgery interventions. The objective is also to evaluate the resorption rate of local anesthetic at this level, and make a population pharmacokinetic analysis.

Serratus Plane Block for the Prevention of Chronic Pain After Breast Cancer Surgery

This study compare the "Serratus block plane" (SPB) and the local infiltration of the tissue in the prevention of acute and chronic pain after breast cancer surgery.

Evaluation of the Analgesia by Serratus Plane Block During Pleural Drainage in Intensive Care Unit.

Pleural drainage under local anesthesia is a frequent practice in resuscitation, experienced as an unpleasant and painful event for patients. Pain management is an important issue for early rehabilitation, decrease hospitalisation's cost and shortening the length of stay in intensive care unit (ICU). A new type of locoregional anesthesia called Serratus plane block described by Blanco in 2013 showed a benefit in per and postoperative analgesia in thoracic surgery and carcinolog...

Serratus Plane Plus Pectoral I Block Versus Serratus Plane Block for Perioperative Analgesia in Breast Cancer Surgery

Breast cancer is the most common malignancy in women at worldwide. Even a minor breast surgery can cause significant postoperative pain (PP) (1). PA could be converted into chronic pain in 25-40% of cases. Inadequate PA control is associated with increased morbidity, delay in wound healing, prolonged hospital stay, increased opioid use, increased side effects and high cost of care. For these reasons, regional anesthetic techniques are recommended for effective PP management. So...

Ultrasound-guided Serratus Block and the Emergence of Post-thoracotomy Pain Syndrome: A Pilot Study

The aim of this prospective, single blinded, comparative pilot study is to evaluate U/S guided serratus anterior plane catheter block (SAPB) versus patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) on the emergence of post - thoracotomy pain syndrome (PTPS). The investigator's assumed hypothesis is that; SAPB is an effective thoracic analgesic technique that may reduce the development of PTPS.

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Erector Spina Plane Block Versus Deep Serratus Anterior Plane Block for Post Mastectomy Analgesia

Breast cancer surgery like Mastectomy and modified radical mastectomy are associated with significant postoperative pain, and management depends largely on patient controlled analgesia with intravenous Morphine or other opioids equivalents. Respiratory depression, Ileus, sedation, nausea and vomiting are some of the potential side effect of opioid treatment which prolonged hospital length of stay and increase the coast. Recent advance in ultrasound guided regional anesthesia ha...

The Efficacy of Serratus Anterior Plane Block (ESAPB) for Thoracotomy: a Prospective Study

Thoracotomy is considered the most painful surgical procedure. Ultrasound-guided serratus anterior plane block (SAPB) is a relatively new truncal block method treating thoracotomy pain. In this study, investigators aim to ascertain the efficacy of SAPB in thoracotomy.

Impact of the Serratus Plane Block in Pain and the Use of Opioids in Breast Surgery

The purpose of this project is to evaluate the analgesic efficacy of a regional anesthesia technique ( interfascial block at the serratus muscle) performed in patient undergoing breast surgery and the effect of this technique on postoperative analgesia.

Serratus vs. Erector Spinae Fascial Plane Block for Breast and Axillary Surgery

Both serratus plane and erector spinae fascial plane blocks are described to produce local anesthetic spread to the nerves innervating the axilla. Investigators think that the serratus plane block is more reliable for blocking axillary innervation. Investigators hypothesized that the serratus plane block provides superior postoperative analgesia for breast surgery involving the axilla.

SERRATHOR TRIAL : Interest of the Novel Serratus Plane Block in Post Operative Analgesia After Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Lobectomy

Pain after thoracic surgery remains a challenge for anesthetists. Although VATS for lobectomy is associated with fewer complications compared to thoracotomy, pain after VATS needs to be treated with opioids. Opioids may lead to PONV, respiratory depression, sedation and pruritus. As part of multimodal analgesia and opioids sparing, several local regional techniques has been described: paravertebral block, thoracic epidural analgesia, intercostal block. To date, there is no gold...

Efficacy Between Serratus Plane Block And Local Infiltration In Vats

Robotic video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) is increasingly being used as it is a less invasive surgery compared to traditional methods, but the acute pain at an early stage after VATS has a major impact on perioperative outcomes. Effective post operative analgesia is believed to reduce morbidity, quicken recovery, improve patient outcome and reduce hospital costs. The site and extent of the incision influences the degree of pain due to disruption of intercostal nerves ...

Serratus Plane Versus Paravertebral Nerve Blocks for Breast Surgery

Following painful surgical procedures of the breast, postoperative analgesia is often provided with a paravertebral nerve block (PVB). For intense, but shorter-duration acute pain, a single-injection of local anesthetic is used with a duration of approximately 12 hours. Recently an alternative block has been reported: the serratus plane block.2 The theoretical benefits include ease of administration since it is a plane superficial to the PVB and therefore easier to identify and...

Superficial Serratus Plane Block for Modified Radical Mastectomy and Axillary Lymph Node Disection

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women. Mastectomy and axillary lymph node disection are commonly performed as part of the cancer management. This surgery can cause significant postoperative pain. The serratus plane block (SPB) has been described for analgesia of the hemithorax and reported for many cases such as thoracoscopy, shoulder arthroscopy, breast surgery and axillary lymph node dissections. Serratus plane block may be a viable alternative to current r...

Continuous Serrates Plane Block in Axillary Dissection

Patients undergone to axillary dissection during breast surgery with a PECS I, II block will be randomized to receive either a serratus plane continuous local anesthetic infusion through a multiple hole catheter or nothing. Both groups will receive a patient controlled analgesia with morphine.

The Use of Serratus Block for Cardiac Surgery

The purpose of this randomized, un-blinded study is to determine if serratus blocks or Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA)-alone (no block) offer patients adequate pain relief. This study will compare two standard of care pain management options and the patients narcotic requirements in the immediate postoperative period.

Comparison of ESP Block Versus Serratus Block

Total 60 patients, American society of anaesthesiology physical status I-II aged between 18-65 who underwent totally mastectomy will recruit to the study. The patients randomly divided into two groups. Ultrasound guided Erector spinae plane block (ESP) will perform with 15 ml bupivacaine+ 5 ml lidocaine in Group ESP and ultrasound guided serratus anterior plane (SAP) block will perform with 5 ml bupivacaine+ 5 ml lidocaine in Group SAP. Postoperative pain assessment will apply ...

Transurethral Modified En Bloc Resection For Large Bladder Tumours.

Modified en bloc resection is a hybrid technique involving piecemeal resection of the exophytic part of the bladder tumour, followed by en bloc resection of the tumour base. In this study, we shall investigate the efficacy of modified en bloc resection for patients with bladder tumours of ≥3cm in size.

Optimal Injection Site for Serratus Anterior Plane Block in Reconstructive Breast Surgery

The novel introduction of various chest wall blocks such as the Pecs I and II/modified Pecs blocks as well as the Serratus Anterior Plane Block have extended the application of perioperative regional anesthesia to provide analgesia for breast surgery. However, to our knowledge, there are no large studies that truly delineate the optimal injection site for the Serratus Anterior Plane Block.

Serratus Anterior Plane Block , Paravertebral Block and Quality of Analgesia in Patients With Blunt Chest Trauma

Pain associated with rib movement cause inability to cough and breathe deeply that leads to reduction in the tidal volume and predisposes to significant atelectasis, sputum retention, pneumonia and a reduction in functional residual capacity .These factors in turn lead to decreased lung compliance, ventilation perfusion mismatch, hypoxemia and respiratory distress. Therefore, effective pain relief remains the cornerstone of management to prevent serious respiratory complication...

Comparison of Postoperative Analgesic Consumption of the Erector Spina Plane Block and Serratus Anterior Plane Block

To evaluate the ability of Erector spina Plane block and Serratus Anterior Plane block to decrease postoperative pain and analgesia requirements in patients undergoing thoracotomy.

Serratus Plane Block For Breast Reduction Surgery

Serratus plane block was first described in 2013 by Blanco and designed to primarily block the thoracic intercostal nerves. And this block provides sufficient analgesia lateral anterior and posterior part of thoracic wall.Increased use of ultrasound guidance for regional anesthesia in recent years has led to definition of thoracic wall PECs blocks by Blanco. The Serratus plain block (SPB), providing wider analgesia, with easier application and less adverse effects than neuroaxi...

Serratus Anterior Block and Catheter Use in Rib Fractures in the Emergency Department

The main aim of this study is to determine whether Serratus Anterior Plane (SAP) blockade provides improved pain relief after rib fractures compared to epidural administration of local anaesthetic. The investigators aim to show that SAP catheters (SAPC) can be placed in more situations and are less operator-dependent then thoracic epidural anaesthesia (TEA). This reduces the waiting time required to achieve satisfactory analgesia in the patient. Optimal analgesia allows early r...


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