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This study evaluates the efficacy of the the pecto-intercostal fascial plane block (PIF block) for the anesthesia of the intercostal nerves anterior branches and assesses the association of the serratus block with a PIF block for the breast surgery.
Serratus plane block (SPB) 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.Erector Spinae Plane Block (ESPB) is a newly described and effective interfascial plane block for thoracic and abdominal surgery. It was first described by Forero et al. in 2016, effectiveness being reported in four cases. The aim of this study is to com...
This study evaluates the efficacy of the the pecto-intercostal fascial plane block (PIF block) for the anesthesia of the intercostal nerves anterior branches and assesses the association of the serratus block with a PIF block for the breast surgery. To obtain a correct prospective clinical trial completion we have to begin a new series of inclusion.
postoperative pain following Modified radical mastectomy is severe specially after dissection of tissues .paravertebral plane block provides an excellent postoperative analgesia for women's,but it carry the risk of pneumothorax which it reported in some cases.Erector spinae plane block is a recent block has been mentioned in many case reports as a safe,quick and can be used in outpatient setting. we use a comparative study to compare the postoperative analgesia between both blo...
The aim of this study is to compare the total morphine consumption in the first 24 hour postoperative between combined modified pectoralis block (PECS II) and transversus plane block versus erector spinae block in modified radical mastectomy.
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...
the investigators aim is to investigate and explore the effect 10 mg morphine added to local anesthetics in serratus anterior plane block for post mastectomy pain management after modified radical mastectomy in patients with breast cancer with assessment of its serum level if it will be absorbed systemically or not?
Breast surgeries are usually associated with significant postoperative pain. Suitability of analgesic technique after breast surgery is always questionable. The aim of this study is to compare US guided Pecs II block versus thoracic paravertebral block performed by US guidance as regards to potential complications and analgesic efficacy of both techniques in the first 24 h after modified radical mastectomy.
A prospective, double-blinded randomized controlled, 1-year follow-up study was designed to compare the analgesic effect of serratus plane block (SPB) after breast cancer surgery. Women undergoing radical mastectomy were dIvided into Control group and SPB group. The postoperative acute pain was evaluated by numerical rating scale (NRS) and the effect of preventing chronic pain was assessed at 3, 6, 12 months after surgery by NRS.
Breast cancer is by far the world's most common cancer among women and the most common cause of female death from cancer worldwide. It's worldwide incidence is 43.4 in 100.000 while in Egypt is 48.8 in 100.000. One of the most common surgical procedures for it is modified radical mastectomy (MRM), It is account for 31% of all breast surgery cases. Post‑mastectomy pain is a big problem affecting the outcome of surgery. It was used to be managed by opioids which may lea...
Post mastectomy pain syndrome result from surgical damage to the intercostobrachial nerve, the lateral cutaneous branch of the second intercostal nerve that is often resected at mastectomy. result from surgical damage to the intercostobrachial nerve, the lateral cutaneous branch of the second intercostal nerve that is often resected at mastectomy, A second version of the pectoral nerve block is described, called ''modified Pecs block'' or Pecs block type II. This novel a...
Regional anesthesia improves quality of recovery after surgery in many studies. Ultrasound-guided serratus plane block is a novel technique which may be a viable alternative to current regional anesthetic techniques. This randomized, controlled trial is to examine the effects of ultrasound-guided serratus plane block anesthetic on the QoR after breast tumor resection.
The purpose of this study is to compare the analgesic profile of modified pectoral nerves block and serratus plane block in patients undergoing mastectomy.
This study will compare ESP block plus patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) to intercostal nerve block plus PCA as post-operative pain control for patients having video-assisted thorascopic surgeries.
To decrease post-operative pain in patients undergoing modified radical mastectomy.
A randomized prospective trial to test the effect of additional Erector Spinae Plane Block (ESPB) with intercostal nerve block during video assisted thoracoscopic surgery.
The erector spinae plane block (ESPB) is a novel myofascial plane block. The ESPB is targeted at anterior surface of the erector spinae plane, which is oriented cephalocaudally to the spinal transverse process. Local anaesthetic injected in this plane can block the dorsal rami and ventral rami and intercostal nerves. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of ESPB on postoperative pain in thoracic surgery.
A randomized prospective trial to test the non-inferiority of erector spinae plane block (ESPB) in comparison with intercostal nerve block combined with patient-controlled intravenous analgesia in Thoracoscopic lung surgery
Pain after thoracotomy is the most severe pain experienced by the patient. Good pain control after the operation provides comfortable respiration and reduces the development of chronic pain and complications. we aimed to compare SAPB with IBregarding postoperative visual analog scale (VAS) scores and analgesic consumption in patients undergoing thoracotomy operation.
In this randomized, controlled, observer-blinded study the investigators plan to evaluate ultrasound-guided thoracic paravertebral block (TPVB) and ultrasound-guided thoracic erector spinae plane (TESP) block for postoperative pain management after unilateral total mastectomy without immediate reconstruction.
Pain along the sternum following opening of the chest cavity, also known as post-sternotomy pain (PSP), is a common complication after heart surgery that is associated with several negative side effects. Unfortunately, an effective and safe treatment has not yet been discovered for PSP. However, recently a regional anesthesia technique called the pecto-intercostal fascial block (PIFB) was found to be associated with improved pain relief for breast surgery. The investigators pla...
The Pecs block (pectoral nerves block) is an easy and reliable superficial block inspired by the infraclavicular block approach and the intercostal abdominis plane blocks . Many additives were used in combination with local anesthetics in Pecs block to prolong the postoperative analgesia (fentanyl, dexmedetomidine).
Two-parallel arm, double-blind, individually randomized controlled trial. Primary endpoint: Fentanyl consumption in the first 48 postoperative hours. Secondary endpoints: Pain at rest, Pain on movement, stay in ICU, Postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV), sedation, Hemothorax, seizures, arrythmias
The combination of PECS II and parasternal Block provides analgesia after radical mastectomy
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...