Low-pressure Pulmonary Recruitment Maneuver to Decrease Post-laparoscopic Shoulder Pain in Gynecologic Surgery

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • days left to enroll
    5
  • participants needed
    90
  • sponsor
    Rajavithi Hospital
Updated on 19 September 2021
analgesic
discomfort
gynecologic surgery

Summary

Research objective to compare outcomes (shoulder pain score, wound pain score, post-operative residual pneumoperitoneum, lung complication, GI discomfort, administered additional analgesics, time to hospital staying) of using Pulmonary Recruitment maneuver with pressure 30 cmH2O, 40 cm H2O and control group in women with post laparoscopic gynecologic surgery in Rajavithi hospital.

Description

Research design is Randomized control trial. The women who go to laparoscopic gynecologic surgery don't know the allocation. Women will be randomizes in to 3 group: PRM 30 cmH2O, 40 cmH2O and control

After laparoscopic surgery has finished in operator room (before moving off trocar), woman all group will be set in Trenderlenberg position (Tilted head low) and then surgeon will compress abdomen to release residual gas after operation about 2 minutes.

The patients in group of using Pulmonary Recruitment Maneuver will be received positive pressure from balloon bag from anesthesiologist 5 times of setting pressure [30 cmH2O, 40 cmH2O], 5 seconds per time to increase indirect abdominal pressure to release residual gas

After surgery at 12, 24 and 48 hours, patients will be follow up and evaluate shoulder and wound pain. Chest X-ray will be done to evaluate residual pneumoperitoneum and lung complication. GI discomfort, administered additional analgesics and time to hospital staying will be evaluated and recorded.

Details
Condition Laparoscopy, Female Genital Diseases, Gynecological Infections, laparoscopic surgery, gynecologic disease, gynecologic disorders, gynecological disorder
Treatment Pulmonary Recruitment Maneuver
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04642118
SponsorRajavithi Hospital
Last Modified on19 September 2021

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