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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.


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.

'' 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...


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.

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.

Mallampati Score in Sitting or Supine Position With or Without Phonation

Mallampati score (classification of the visibility of oropharyngeal structures) should be performed in the sitting position, head in the neutral position, mouth widely open, and tongue protrudes, without phonation. However, phonation, and position modify the visibility of oropharyngeal structures and thus the Mallampati score. Furthermore, some patients cannot be evaluated in sitting position because (emergency, fractures, pain, supine position require for medical or surgical p...

Influence of IPV on GOR

The study evaluates the effect on GOR of infants sitting in a stable upright position during 20 min. This is an addendum to the previous study with record number clinical trials.gov NCT02124863

The Impact of Semi-sitting Position Versus Supine Position on Gastric Emptying in Children Using Gastric Ultrasound

The aim of this work is to evaluate the effect of semi sitting versus supine positions on gastric emptying of fluids in children using gastric ultrasound. The investigators hypothesize that gastric emptying in children might be faster if the patient is in semi-sitting position. This hypothesis could impact the current guidelines for peri-operative fasting. Moreover, if this proved effective, could be used for enhancement of gastric emptying before emergency operations in non-f...

Sitting Versus Horizontal Position on Craniotomies

The main objectives of this study are comparison of the incidence of intraoperative air embolism and the extent of blood loss in patients undergoing posterior cranial fossa (PCF) and pineal region (PR) surgeries in sitting and horizontal position. Additionally, the overall treatment outcome, neurological functional outcome, degree of tumor removal, clinical course in the postoperative period, and the patient satisfaction will be compared between the groups.

Effects of the Prone and the Sitting Positions on the Brain Oxygenation in Posterior Fossa Surgery

The sitting or prone positions are used for posterior fossa surgery. Although the sitting position may cause hemodynamic instability, venous air embolism, it also provides optimum access to midline lesions, decreases intracranial pressure. The sitting position has not been only used in neurosurgery, it has been also used in the shoulder surgery. The sitting position related hypotension may reduce the cerebral perfusion pressure, therefore may cause cerebral ischemia. The sittin...

Head Position in Stroke Trial (HeadPoST)

This study is an investigator-initiated and conducted, international collaborative, regionally organised, multicentre, prospective, cluster randomised, crossover, blinded outcome assessment study to compare the effectiveness of the lying flat (0°) head position with the sitting up (=30°) head position, in the first 24 hours of admission to hospital for patients with acute stroke, on the poor outcome of death or disability over the subsequent 90 days.

Effect of Crossed Legged Position on Ultrasound Measured Posterior Longitudinal Ligament Length in Parturients.

To investigate if sitting in flexed cross legged position for neuraxial techniques in term pregnant patients widens the size of the ultrasound acoustic window as measured by the visualized posterior longitudinal ligament length, during lumbar spine ultrasonography using longitudinal paramedian view, in comparison to the standard sitting flexed position.

Effect of Semi-sitting Position on Mask Ventilation

We compare the effect on semi-sitting position on mask ventilation in anesthetized and paralyzed obese patients

Identification of the L3-L4 Intervertebral Space in Obese Parturients

This study is designed to determine the frequency of Tuffier's line overestimation (2 lumbar levels or more) when the palpation method is used in obese parturients at term in the lateral position compared to the sitting position. Hypothesis: The L3-L4 intervertebral space identified by the palpation method will be two levels higher than the level determined by ultrasonography (US) more often in the lateral than in the sitting position.

Sleep at 30 Degrees in Glaucoma

This study is designed to investigate the effect of body posture (particularly when sleeping) on the pressure in the eye. The effect of body posture on progressive glaucoma (glaucoma where a significant change i.e. a disc hemorrhage has occurred) is not known. The study will involve being admitted to the Sleep Unit of the University Health Network at Toronto Western Hospital for 1 night (14 hours). IOP will be measured in both eyes every 2 hours with a Tonopen, along with bra...

Dynamic Variation of Impedance Cardiography(DYVIC) as a Diagnostic Tool of Acute Heart Failure (AHF)

Dynamic variations of bio-impedance measured cardiac output using pharmacologic (inhaled nitrate) and non pharmacologic intervention (sitting position, passive leg rising and valsalva maneuver) could be used to detect acute heart failure in patients admitted to the ED for dyspnea.

Influence of Patient Position on Attenuation Artifacts Observed in D-SPECT Camera Myocardial Tomoscintigraphy

The purpose is to compare percentages of myocardial segments showing attenuation in patients in forward tilted position (biker position) or 2 conventional positions (dorsal decubitus or semi sitting) at acquisition with D-SPECT camera in myocardial tomoscintigraphy. The hypothesis is that the percentage of myocardial segments with attenuation is significantly lower when acquisitions are made in forward tilted position (biker position). The secondary purpose is to restrict thi...

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...

The Health Action Process Approach and Movement Patterns in Adult Office Workers

Societal changes have resulted in reduced demands to be active and increased daily time spent sitting. Excessive sitting has been shown to be a health hazard. The purpose of this study is to examine whether sedentary behaviour and diabetes information grounded in The Action Process Approach is a meaningful source of motivation to reduce daily sitting time among adult office workers. The intervention will target risk perceptions related to sitting by presenting research on prolo...

Effect of Body Position on Spirometry in Abdominal Obesity.

Objective: Study the effect of body position on spirometry in obese patients as defined by waist to hip ratio (WHR) of greater than 0.85 in women, and 0.9 in men Background: Spirometry is routinely ordered to work up dyspnea in obesity. The most common abnormality is a restrictive disease pattern. The underlying mechanisms of this pattern are not completely understood. One plausible explanation is diaphragmatic weakness or skeletal muscle weakness. The change in forced vital c...

The Plan and Stand Study: Reducing Sitting Time in Breast Cancer Survivors

Excessive sitting time (sedentary time) has been associated with risk of insulin resistance and other factors which may be relevant to breast cancer prognosis. This 8-week study tests different strategies for helping breast cancer survivors to modify their levels of sitting time. Participants will be assigned with equal likelihood to one of three groups (1) overall reduction in sitting time, (2) interruption of sitting time with standing breaks, and (3) usual care.

I-STAND R21: Reducing Sedentary Time in Obese Older Adults

The investigators are doing a study to learn how to support patients aged 60+ in taking more breaks from sitting and reducing total sitting time. The goal of the study is to find out if a sitting time reduction intervention reduces sitting time compared with a control group.

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

Optic Nerve Sheath Diameter Difference

Intracranial pressure is measured indirectly using optic nerve sheath diameter with ultrasound. It is reported that epidural pressure varies according to different posture ( lateral decubitus vs. sitting position). This study is designed to measure the optic nerve sheath diameter in lateral decubitus and sitting position, respectively.

Influence of Sit Muscle Strength Training and Game on Elderly

Objective: The study aims to understand the physical function, body composition, mental state, behavior, depression, and life quality change of the elderly in a long-term care before and after the intervention. Four interventional activities are sitting strength training, games, sitting strength training with games, and health education.


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