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Anesthesia Clinical Trials

A listing of Anesthesia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (37) clinical trials

This study is being done because it is not known whether these two types of anesthesia lead to the same outcome or if one type of anesthesia is better for people who are undergoing surgery to treat hip fractures. We will specifically explore how well you are walking after your ...

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Can Adequacy of Anesthesia Depth and Quality of Recovery be Influenced by the Level of Neuromuscular Blockade?

The investigators hypothesize that an anesthetic protocol maintaining deep neuromuscular block throughout the entire surgical procedure followed by sugammadex reversal, would suppress EMG activity and result in improved anesthetic stability by reducing the variability of the Bispectral Index of the EEG, and be beneficial by reducing the total doses of ...

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The Effect of Two Different General Anesthesia Regimes on Postoperative Sleep Quality

- Major surgery can lead to postoperative disturbances in sleep patterns with subjective deterioration of sleep quality according to patients' reports as well as objective alterations of sleep architecture, as recorded by polysomnography - These disturbances include severe sleep fragmentation, rapid eye movement (REM) and slow wave sleep significant reductions ...

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InSpace System Implantation in a Procedure Under Local Anesthesia

A single arm, open-label, prospective, study to assess the feasibility, efficacy and safety of InSpace™ device implantation in a procedure under local anesthesia for a treatment of subjects with massive, irreparable rotator cuff tear. Subjects with radiological confirmed massive RCT who are eligible per inclusion/exclusion criteria, will be enrolled for ...

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Monitoring of Hypnosis State During General Anesthesia With Propofol by Patient State Index From SEDLine

Introduction: There is a large intra-and interindividual variability in the effect of propofol. To deal with this problem, a real-time monitoring and therefore a more accurate titration of anesthetic agents is proposed. Brain function monitors based on a processed analysis of EEG (Electroencephalogram) can help to control pharmacodynamic effects of ...

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King Vision Video Laryngoscope Ambu (aBlade) System for Use in Children

This is a single center trial to evaluate the performance of the King Vision video laryngoscope in pediatric patients between the ages of one month and 10 years of age. If the performance is satisfactory, this device may become a standard laryngoscope for tracheal intubation in elective and emergent tracheal ...

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Physostigmine After General Anesthesia

The researchers wish to investigate the use of physostigmine in the elderly patients (age > 60 yrs, ASA I-III) in the postoperative recovery-phase after general anesthesia. Apart from the beneficial effects for the patient, the lessened amount of time in the PACU will release caregiving resources and thereby increase the ...

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Ultrasound Guided Arterial Line Placement in Long Axis Versus Short Axis in Pediatric Patients

An Arterial line is an intraoperative monitor that is frequently placed in the pediatric population. Due to their smaller anatomy and more compliant skin, arterial lines can be more difficult to insert in the pediatric population than in adults. Additionally, lower perfusion pressure and larger subcutaneous adipose tissue can make ...

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Anesthesia Management of Retroperitoneal Adrenalectomies

Due to their underlying disease, patients with adrenal tumors are prone to episodes of hyper- and hypotension. Furthermore, excessive hypercarbia and an increased arterial-alveolar CO2 difference can be seen during these operations.

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Two Anesthetic Techniques in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

The goal of this study is to determine if there is a significant difference in the quality of care between the investigators' two standard anesthesia techniques for children undergoing a MRI of the body and/or extremity MRI. Quality of care will be measured by time spent in the MRI room ...

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