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The Surprise Study

This study investigates the use of the Surprise Question [SQ] (would you be surprised if this patient were to die in the next 12 months?) in routine practice. In particular, the study will investigate the consistency of the responses to the SQ and the relationship with the subsequent course of action decided upon.

SORD-BILL Vs Conventional Options During Sacral Colpopexy for POP

This prospective randomized pilot study is aimed to verify if the operative time of a standard laparoscopic sacral colpopexy associated to subtotal hysterectomy for the treatment of POP could be further reduced using PKS BILL: bipolar laparoscopic loop (a laparoscopic loop using advanced bipolar energy) (Olympus Medical Systems Corp, Tokyo) and PKS PlasmaSORD (Solid Organ Removal Device) vs. conventional monopolar hook and conventional mechanic morcellator.

Vitamin C for the Prevention of UTI in Women Who Undergo Elective GYN Surgeries

This open-label randomized trial aims at assessing the role of Vitamin C pills in the prevention of catheter-associated urinary tract infections in women undergoing elective gynecological surgeries.

Vitamin C for the Prevention of UTI in Women Who Undergo Elective Gynecological Surgeries

This open-label randomized trial aims at assessing the role of Vitamin C pills in the prevention of catheter-associated urinary tract infections in women undergoing elective gynecological surgeries.

Postoperative Quality of Recovery in Patients Receiving Anaesthesia

The investigator's study is designed to evaluate the recovery of patients receiving anaesthesia for surgeries; in different domains like the physiological, nociceptive, cognitive and emotional to the participants' preoperative state.

Spinal Anesthesia Versus General Anesthesia Using Laryngeal Mask Airway for Anorectal Surgeries in Prone Position

Anorectal surgeries are of the commonest elective surgeries that are performed worldwide under different types of anaesthesia. The aim of this prospective interventional study was to compare the use of general anaesthesia (GA) using a laryngeal mask airway (LMA) with spinal anesthesia (SA) in anorectal surgeries.

Ultrasound for Comparison of Gastric Antral Volume in Pregnants and Non-pregnants

This study evaluates the effectiveness of ultrasound in term pregnant patients posted for elective lower segment cesarean sections and compared them with non pregnant females posted for elective surgeries.

Ultrasound Lung Fluid Responsiveness During Hysterectomy

Bedside lung ultrasound can detect pulmonary congestion by detecting the appearance of B-lines. Pulmonary edema may occur even without cardiomyopathy or heart failure, especially after excessive fluid administration. B-lines have been acknowledged as sonographic signs of pulmonary interstitial and alveolar edema in critical and emergency care. Limited scientific evidence on optimal intraoperative fluid management has resulted in large variations of administered fluid regimens i...

Effect of Intraoperative Magnesium Infusion on Postoperative Pain and Cognitive Function

The aimof this study is to observe the effect of intraoperative magnesium infusion on peri-operative pain and postoperative cognitive functions in adult patients after elective pelvi-abdominal surgeries.

Risk Factors and Reasons for Cancellation Within 24 Hours of Scheduled Elective Surgery in an Academic Medical Centre

The Operating Theatre (OT) is the largest cost centre as well as the main revenue generator in most hospitals. One of the common problems affecting optimal OT utilization is the cancellation of scheduled surgeries. The goal of this study was to identify factors associated with cancellation within 24 hours of scheduled surgeries in a tertiary hospital

Postoperative Pain After Colorectal Surgery

This study aimed to evaluate pain after elective colorectal surgery and to identify risk factors for postoperative pain. Patients:All elective colorectal surgeries at the department of surgery, Umeå university Hospital, Umeå, Sweden from March 2013 to April 2017 Primary outcome:The primary outcome measurement is the numeric rating scale (NRS), graded from 0-10, on day of surgery, postoperative (POD) 1, 2, 3. The patients are questioned by nurses each morning on four p...

A Study to Evaluate Clinical Characteristics of Lung Cancer in Patients With Surgeries and Adjuvant Therapies

The study was designed to evaluate effectiveness of the surgeries and adjuvant therapies after surgeries in the patients with lung malignant tumors

Comparison of Two Preoperative Antiseptic Solutions Alcohol Based in Abdominal Elective Surgeries

Pragmatic randomized clinical trial comparing Iodine Povacrylex based on alcohol to Chlorhexidine also based on alcohol in efficacy and security to diminish frequency of surgical site infections in major abdominal elective clean contaminated wounds. Will be held in a third level university, high volume national public hospital in San Salvador, El Salvador.

Cognitive Impairment Following Elective Spine Surgery

Older people are a rapidly growing proportion of the world's population and their number is expected to increase twofold by 2050. When these people become patients that require surgery, they are at particular high risk for postoperative delirium (POD), which is associated with longer hospital stays, higher costs, risk for delayed complications and cognitive dysfunction (POCD). Having suffered an episode of delirium is furthermore a predictor of long-term care dependency. Despit...

Evaluation of the Effect of Appropriate Sedation for Patients After Abdominal Surgeries : A Prospective Randomised Controlled Study

To evaluate the efficacy and safety of appropriate postoperative sedation with dexmedetomidine for patients after abdominal surgeries.Prospective randomised controlled study was conducted among patients after abdominal surgeries began in October 2015.The investigators enroll patients who received abdominal surgeries. One group receive sedative along with analgesic and the other group analgesic only for the other group on the first 24 hours after surgeries and will follow up for...

Echocardiographic Findings and 30-days Outcomes for Intraventricular Conduction Delay in Patients Undergoing Elective Surgeries

The purpose of this study is to investigate the type of the cardiac disease using transthoracic echocardiography in patients whose preoperative electrocardiography shows the intraventricular conduction delay.

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...

Efficacy of Tranexamic Acid in Foot and Ankle Surgeries

Epidemiology of foot and ankle surgeries that present to the hospitals in the US are often underestimated. However there has been growing emphasis on identification of these injuries and practice patterns.

A Observational Study to Compare Effectiveness and Safety of the Surgeries in Patients With Esophageal Cancer

The study was designed to compare effectiveness and safety of the surgeries of Ivor-Lewis and Mckeown in patients with esophageal cancer

Ice as an Adjunct for Local Anesthesia During Anorectal Surgeries

The purpose of this study is to determine, among patients receiving elective anorectal surgery, does application of ice to the perianal area prior to the procedure, lead to use of decreased amounts of intravenous (IV) anesthesia? Anorectal surgeries for hemorrhoids, fistulas and fissures are done on an outpatient basis under monitored anesthesia care. This means patients get sedating medications through an IV but often do not require intubation. The difficulty with monitored an...

BAY14-2222 Continuous Infusion in Surgeries

Phase III study, to evaluate the efficacy and safety of continuous infusion of rFVIII-FS in the treatment of patients with hemophilia A undergoing major elective surgery by achieving the required therapeutic concentrations.

A Study to Evaluate Effectiveness and Safety of Surgeries in Elderly NSCLC Patients

The trial was designed to compare effectiveness and safety of surgeries in the patients with non-small cell lung cancer

Epidural Anesthesia for Gynecological Surgeries

Regional anesthesia is the preferred mode of anesthesia for major abdominal surgeries in present times. Gynecological surgeries are often associated with severe pain requiring a well-planned analgesia regimen to ensure adequate patient-comfort, early mobilization, and to decrease stay time in the hospital/post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) enabling patients to return to their normal activities quicker. Dexmedetomidine has been approved by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a s...

Nasogastric Tube in Pancreatic Surgery

Introduction: The value of routine nasogastric tube (NGT) decompression after pancreatic surgeries is not yet established. Previous studies in the setting of abdominal surgery suggested that the use of NGT does not accomplish any of its intended goals. Methods/design: This is a prospective, randomized, controlled multicenter trial with two treatment arms. One group underwent pancreatic surgeries with routine NGT and was left in place after surgery until the patient passed flat...

A Retrospective Analysis of the Use of ACE-Inhibitors and Angiotensin Receptor Blockers

It is well known that atrial fibrillation (AF) and atrial flutter (Aflut) occur frequently after most types of cardiac surgeries.(1-4) Postoperative AF is associated with significant morbidity, longer hospital stay, and higher related costs. Currently, it is common procedure to premedicate patients with antiarrhythmic drugs for elective cardiac surgeries. Treatments such as beta blockers, Amiodarone, and electrical pacing are used to help prevent the morbidity associated with p...

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