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Anesthesia (Local) Clinical Trials

A listing of Anesthesia (Local) 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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Caudal vs Local Anesthesia in Hypospadias

The rationale to conduct a definitive study comes as a result of the limitations inherent in the pre-existing literature due to selection bias, and the primarily retrospective nature of the current evidence, which is unclear whether caudal blocks result in higher complication rates following hypospadias repair. The only way to ...

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Location of Injection of Local Anesthetics in the Adductor Canal Block

Adductor canal block (ACB) is replacing femoral nerve block (FNB) as the peripheral nerve block of choice for knee surgery. The ACB aims to inject local anesthetics (LA) within the neurovascular sheath in the subsartorial adductor canal around the femoral nerve. The point where the sartorius muscle crosses over the ...

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Optimal Volume of Bupivacaine in Adductor Canal Nerve Block

The complex knee surgery has been associated with severe postoperative pain. Different analgesic techniques for postoperative management of this increasingly common surgery, with main purpose of adequately control pain, minimizing adverse effects and seeking early rehabilitation. Currently, the most used technique is the continuous femoral nerve block, which is able ...

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Use of Sedation and Local Anesthesia in Meatotomy: A Prospective Comparison Study

Background- Meatal stenosis requiring surgery occurs more often in circumcised than in uncircumcised boys, with an estimated rate of 7.3%. At our institute, meatotomy is usually performed under general anesthesia and penile block is routinely added after induction. Recently, several reports have described the performance of meatotomy as an office ...

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Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy under regional anesthesia alone has been reported only occasionally in the past; all these reports included patients unfit to receive general anesthesia, mainly patients with severe chronic obstructive airway disease. Regional anesthesia has been used for laparoscopy in fit patients almost exclusively in combination with general anesthesia, in ...

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Perioperative Lidocaine or Epidural Anesthesia on Outcomes in Complex Spine Surgery

Participants undergoing spine surgery will be randomized into one of three groups;General 1) Anesthesia and postoperative Patient Controlled Analgesia and placebo IV infusion,2) General Anesthesia plus perioperative intravenous lidocaine infusion and post operative patient controlled analgesia or 3) General Anesthesia plus postoperative epidural analgesia plus placebo IV infusion. After surgery, ...

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Local Anaesthesia and Remifentanil Sedation Versus Total Intravenous Anaesthesia for Hysteroscopic Surgery in an Ambulatory Surgery Department.

The purpose of this study is to compare a new method: the combination of conscious sedation with remifentanil (a shortlasting opioid drug) and local anaesthesia, with the traditional general anaesthesia for hysteroscopic surgery. The primary outcomes are: the time spent in the operation room, the time to full mobilisation postoperatively ...

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Cognitive Recovery After Electroconvulsive Therapy and General Anesthesia

Seizures are often associated with loss of consciousness, possibly through effects on sub-cortical arousal systems, disruption of cortical-subcortical interactions, and ultimately through depressed neocortical function. Furthermore, people are often confused in the post-ictal state even when consciousness returns after a seizure. Disrupted cognitive function during the postictal phase has not ...

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Bupivacaine With Epidural Volume Extension

Due to risks to both the mother and fetus, neuraxial anesthesia - spinal, epidural, or combined spinal-epidural (CSE) - is preferred over general anesthesia for all obstetrical procedures. However, one downside to neuraxial anesthesia is the increased time patients have to stay in the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) due to ...

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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 ...

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