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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.


Found (87) clinical trials

Management of Obstetrical Pain: " 7 Days Survey of Obstetric Analgesia/Anesthesia in France"

Obstetric analgesia is a requirement of our times. The different applicable methods vary in effectiveness. The essential part is represented by epidural analgesia which remains one of the most effective methods. It is important to know other methods to respond to all requests. The applications of these methods, patient satisfaction ...

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Neurodegeneration in Newborns After Anesthetics

This study will enroll 130 pregnant patients undergoing C-section or fetal surgery with EXIT (Ex Utero Intrapartum Treatment) procedures under epidural or general anesthesia with low (0.75 MAC) or high (2.5 MAC) concentrations of desflurane. Patients will be recruited from both the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (100 C ...

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The Effects of General Anesthesia on Microcirculation of Central and Peripheral Soft Tissue: a Comparison of Inhalational and Intravenous Anesthetics

Human keep body temperature in a narrow range by a variety of regulatory mechanism. Peripheral thermal receptors send signals to central nervous system which regulate body temperature via peripheral effectors, such as vasoconstriction, vasodilatation, shivering, sweating and etc. In patients undergoing general anesthesia, the regulatory mechanism is altered. General anesthesia ...

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The Effect of Preventive Use of Ondansetron in the Cesarean Section Under Spinal Anesthesia

Cesarean section is a frequent procedure in the obstetric surgery. The most widely used anesthesia technique for cesarean delivery is the spinal anesthesia, in our Institute over than 90% of the elective cesarean sections are under spinal anesthesia, however this kind of anesthesia frequently associated with, side effects that affect ...

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Assessment of Cognitive Function After Surgery in Two Types of Anesthesia in Patients Operated for Breast Cancer

For twenty years, hypnosedation is offered to patients who underwent surgery as an alternative to other anesthetic techniques (general anesthesia and locoregional), in some European and Anglo-Saxon hospitals for specific surgical indications (surgery area). It is commonly used in some hospitals. The hypnosedation is little used in oncology The hypnosedation ...

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Palpation and ACCURO for Placing Spinal in C-section

The Accuro is a three dimensional handheld ultrasound device. This device uses sound waves to create pictures of the spine in three dimensions. This may allow the physician to view the spine in more detail for procedures such as spinal anesthesia and other diagnostic procedures. We aim to assess the ...

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PECS-2 for Breast Surgery

Surgery for suspected or confirmed breast cancer is a common procedure world wide. The Swedish National board of health- and welfare reports that > 7000 women is diagnosed with breast cancer each year in Sweden. Surgery always comes at the cost of a painful stimuli. It is of great importance ...

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Measurement of Psychomotor Recovery After Anesthesia Using 4CRT

4CRT is a classical psychological test, used to measure the psychomotor speed. This test measures choice reaction time. The participants are instructed to respond by pressing the keys 1-4 of the keyboard, corresponding to the numbers, appearing on the screen of computer (PDA, SmartPhone). The average of the response latency, ...


Selective Intraoperative Administration of Local Anesthesia in Breast Reconstruction

One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime, and many of these women undergo mastectomy followed by breast reconstruction by insertion of a tissue expander below the pectoralis major muscle. Women undergoing breast reconstruction have been shown to have a significantly higher level of acute postoperative pain ...


Fixed Dose Spinal Bupivacaine for Cesarean Delivery

The study is designed to compare the effectiveness of spinal anesthesia performed with fixed dose of hyperbaric bupivacaine regardless of patient's height and weight and anesthesia with the dose of bupivacaine that is adjusted to their height. Our clinical experience shows that spinal anesthesia using specific, relatively high dose of ...

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