Last updated on July 2018

Sedation During Spinal Anesthesia

Brief description of study

Patients during spinal anesthesia should be sedated.

Detailed Study Description

Spinal anesthesia offers a number of advantages to both the patient and the physician. However, patients are often reluctant to remain awake during a procedure. Sedation has been shown to increase patient satisfaction during regional anesthesia and may be considered as a means to increase the patient's acceptance.Therefore, provision of adequate sedation is important if the advantages of spinal anesthesia are to be fully appreciated.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03133780

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Recruitment Status: Open

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