Last updated on September 2020

MIRs 04 : Interpectoral Nerve Block With Ropivacaine Versus Placebo Before Breast Cancer Surgery

Brief description of study

Compare the effect of ropivacaine versus placebo pectoral nerve block (Pecs 1 and 2) on acute pain after tumorectomy plus sentinel lymph node dissection on one day surgery.

Detailed Study Description

Before surgery, the 3rd interpectoral space will be identified. After aspiration, half of the solution of Ropivacaine 5 mg/ml not exceeding 3 mg/kg of maximal dose and 30 ml of maximal volume or saline (not exceeding 30 ml of maximal volume) will be injected into the interpectoral space underneath the pectoralis major muscle for the Pecs 1 block. The other half of the solution will be injected above the serratus anterior muscle at the third rib.

Evaluation of the percentage of patients treated with step 2 or 3 analgesics during the three postoperative hours.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04327063

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Institut Curie

Paris, France
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Hopital Tenon

Paris, France
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Recruitment Status: Open

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