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Measurement of Stress During Anesthesia With "Pain Detector" on Patients Receiving Atropine

24 patients randomly divided into two groups, one of the groups receiving atropine in addition to the planned anaesthesia. Skin conductance parameters to be compared between the two groups.


Influence of Anesthetic Technique on Acute and Chronic Neuropathic Pain

Research suggests that the type of anesthesia used for surgery may affect intraoperative stress hormone levels. There is also data to support that an increased level of stress hormones leads to increased pain after surgery. The primary aim of this study is to determine the effect of anesthesia type on long term pain after hernia surgery. In this study, patients undergoing inguinal hernia repair will be randomized to an anesthetic group, either Total Intravenous Anesthesia (TIVA...

The Effects of High Spinal Anesthesia on Heart Function, Stress Response and Pain Control in Aortic Valve Surgery

This study is looking at the effects of high spinal anesthesia (also known as total spinal anesthesia) combined with general anesthesia versus general anesthesia alone on the following: Stress response: Patients undergoing aortic valve replacement surgery have a large incision and a complex operation where they must be placed on the heart-lung machine. The body reacts to the heart-lung machine, increasing the stress response. High spinal anesthesia using local anesthet...

Hs-CRP and NLR as Markers of Perioperative Stress

The stress response to surgery is a result of tissue injury with local and systemic inflammation that contributes to the postoperative outcome. Anesthesia is known to effect perioperative stress response Regional anesthesia modifies stress response through afferent blockage whereas general anesthesia affects the stress response via central modulation. High sensitive C-reactive protein and neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio are used for evaluation of inflammation. The aim of this st...

RPS Adeno Detector HS for Diagnosing Adenoviral Conjunctivitis

The RPS Adeno Detector HS will be demonstrated to be more sensitive and specific than the RPS Adeno Detector™.

Balanced Anesthesia for Intubation of Premature Infants

The study aim is to compare a balanced anesthesia of the medicines used in all other age groups with the routine premedication in use for premature's with regards to the success in the intubation procedure, the need for analgesia during and after intubation and the stress reaction. In addition a pain scale for prolonged stress/pain for premature neonates in NICU-care will be validated, and the individual pharmacogenetic profile in relation to the need of morphine after the intu...

Reader Study for Image Quality of Cone Beam Breast CT System

Koning Breast CT (KBCT) was approved by FDA PMA. The X-ray detector originally used in Koning Breast CT was PaxScan 4030CB. Recently, Koning Breast CT uses a modified X-ray detector PaxScan 4030MCT. The modified detector is essentially identical to the previous model except a different detector housing which allows a narrower dead-space between the active area and the top of the housing. The benefit of the modified detector is that it allows Koning to modify the patient exam ...

Neurocognitive Function After Regional and General Anesthesia (245_14 B)

Postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD) is a disease with restricted cognitive memory function and intellectual skills, which occurs after surgery with and without anesthesia. The POCD strongly depends on patient's age and the surgical operation type. The anesthesia procedure plays a pivotal role as well and regarding the current knowledge it is still uncertain which technique matches the lowest risk. Elevated stress level accompanied with regional anesthesia procedures are ...

Gradual Withdrawal of Remifentanil Infusion Reduced Postoperative Pain and Opioid Requirement During Breast Surgery

Although remifentanil provides profound analgesia during operation, postoperative occurrence of hyperalgesia and tolerance after remifentanil administration could be a challenge to the postoperative pain control. Evaluation of analgesia and anti-nociception during anesthesia is still a challenging issue. Surgical Pleth Index (SPI) is a non-invasive and simple access tool used to monitor autonomous nervous system during anesthesia. This technique is based on photoplethysmographi...

Pain Measurement and Pain Management in the Intensive Care Unit(ICU)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of a pain training program and systematic measurement of pain scores on actual pain levels and the use of analgesics in critically ill patients.

Efficacy of Virtual Reality in Reducing Injection Pain and Anxiety During Local Anesthesia in Children

The aim of this study is to determine the efficacy of a virtual reality (VR) device in reducing injection pain and anxiety associated with local anesthesia in pediatric dental patients. The clinical trial is a randomized split-mouth assignment. Included patients are 8-12 years old requiring local anesthetic infiltration with conventional syringe (CS) for conservative treatment of two primary maxillary molars bilaterally. Eligible patients undergo two single-visit treatm...

Comparison Between IV Propofol and Propofol/ Fentanyl Anesthesia on Patients Stress Response

It is hypothesized that propofol, when used in general anesthesia (GA) influence patient's stress status and consequently affect stress response parameters. Hence, the objective of the presented research is to assess whether the propofol has anti-stress effect or not in patients undergoing surgeries that require GA and classified as The American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status 1 (ASA PS1)

Evaluation of Nexfin During Anesthesia and in Intensive Care (NexfinEval)

The purpose of this study is to compare the non invasive measurement of arterial pressure (Nexfin monitor)with the invasive measurement of arterial pressure (radial artery catheter) - during induction of general anesthesia, - during a leg raising test in the Intensive Care Unit

Reliability and Validity of Kinect Detector for Fitness Tests and Gait Performance Analysis

Background: Depending on nature and needs, physical fitness can be divided into healthy fitness and physical fitness (also known as competitive fitness). Healthy fitness includes cardio-respiratory fitness, muscle fitness, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Physical fitness includes coordination, speed, explosiveness, balance, agility, and reaction time. Although the monitoring of fitness is very important, most of the tests need to be assisted by profession...

Validation of "Escala de Conductas Indicadoras de Dolor" ESCID Scale for Measuring Pain in Critically Ill Patients

Pain is an unpleasant and important stress factor, and a potentially harmful experience for critically ill patients. Pain is harder to evaluate in non-communicative patients, who can´t report their own pain. Behavioral indicators have been proved as useful and reliable for detecting and measuring pain in these patients, and have been the basis for constructing scales for measuring pain, such as the Behavioural Pain Scale (BPS), the Critical Care Observation Tool (CPOT) and the...

Evaluation of the Effect of Venous Diameter Measurement by Ultrasonography on Pain and Withdrawal Response

During general anesthesia, intravenous (IV) medications can disrupt the patient's comfort by causing a pain sensation or a withdrawal response in the heart. Propofol and rocuronium are among the most common causes of this condition. In recent years, the use of ultrasonography (USG) in anesthesia has become widespread with the rapid advancement of technology. The use of the patient's head is a non invasive method. This study is aimed to evaluate whether the size of the venous ...

Evaluation of CNAP During Anesthesia

The purpose of this study is to compare - the non invasive measurement of arterial pressure (CNAP monitor) - with the invasive measurement of arterial pressure (radial artery catheter) during induction and maintenance of general anesthesia

The Effect of Anesthesia on Perioperative Muscle Weakness and Neuro-endocrine Stress Response

The effect of surgery, in contrary to critical illness, on muscle weakness hasn't been thoroughly investigated. Recent data suggest that elective surgery may also induce muscle weakness. The neuro-endocrine stress response could be involved in the pathophysiology. Whether the mode of anesthesia/analgesia can influence muscle weakness, by influencing the neuro-endocrine stress response is unknown. Gaining insight in this matter could affect quality of care and benefit patient re...

Stress Factors Induced by Patient and Young Clinicien During Endodontic Treatment

The aim of this pilot study is to examine the patient's induced stress and the young dentist's induced stress, during endodontic treatment. This study is carried out using physiologic (cortisol measurement, arterial pressure and heart rate) and psychological data (VAS visual analog scale of stress, pain and discomfort, CORAH and HAD Scales) collected from patients of Brest University Dental Hospital at various stages of root canal treatment. The endodontic treatment is carried ...

Intracervical Anesthesia and Pain Associated With Intrauterine Contraceptive Insertion

The primary aim of our study is to evaluate the effect of intracervical anesthesia on pain scores immediately following levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system (LNG-IUS) insertion in nulligravida women.

Heavy Bupivacaine in Peribulbar Block

Most of the ophthalmic procedures are performed under local anesthesia as the patient is often elderly and with diseases. This may increase the risk of morbidity and mortality under general anesthesia. Different eye blocks have been practiced with great success. Moreover, it is associated with less hemodynamic instability, less respiratory depression, better postoperative pain relief, and less nausea and vomiting than general anesthesia. It is also associated with a reduction i...

Effects of Hypotensive Anesthesia on Thiol Disulphide Balance

Oxidative stress at the cellular level and the effects of the antioxidant system on the anesthetic drugs make the anesthesia method more important. Hypotensive anesthesia or controlled hypotension is an anesthetic technique routinely used in many operations (ENT, orthopedic, plastic surgery, etc.) to reduce intraoperative bleeding and to provide a more open surgical area. In this study, investigators aimed to investigate the effects of hypotensive anesthesia on thiol / d...

Oxidative Stress Related to 2 Different Oxygen Concentrations During General Anesthesia. Clinical Trial.

Clinical trial controlled randomized of parallels groups. The study is designed to look for differences in the oxidative stress level among healthy patients receiving 2 different oxygen concentrations: 30% and 60% during general anesthesia. Once the patient has been informed, the affirmative agreement has been obtained and inclusion and exclusion criteria verified the patients are randomized to 30% or 60% oxygen concentration. In the operating room while placing the intravenous...

Adjuvant to General Anesthesia in Patients Undergoing Major Abdominal Surgeries

assessing the effect of perioperative infusion of Dexmedetomidine versus Lidocaine on neuro endocrine stress response to surgery and anesthesia

Regional Anesthesia Military Battlefield Pain Outcomes Study

The purpose of this study is to examine the short and long-term benefits of implementing early regional anesthesia techniques for pain control after a major traumatic injury to one or more extremities during combat in the Iraqi/Afghanistan war, including the effects on acute and chronic pain, quality of life, and mental health.

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