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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.


Found (91) clinical trials

An Ultrasound Guided Automated Spinal Landmark Identification With Real-time Neuraxial Needle Insertion System

This is a prospective cohort study to evaluate the efficacy and accuracy of ultrasound guided automated spinal landmark identification with real-time neuraxial needle insertion system (ULTRA-SINE). The subjects assume a seated position and the lower back is exposed. Ultrasound gel will be applied to the lower back lumbar spine and ...

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Dual Guidance in Regional Anesthesia

There are various methods of performing regional anesthesia. In recent years, the focus has been on ultrasound-supported regional anaesthesia, and the stimulation methods that were often used in the past were no longer used or used less frequently. The combination of both methods may be an additional safety aspect and ...

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Minimal Effective Concentration (EC90) of Ropivacaine

ropivacaine concentration determined by up and down sequential method dexamethasone or saline placebo determined by randomisation


Evaluation of Second Esmarch Application on Intravenous Regional Anesthesia Effectiveness

Intravenous regional anesthesia (IVRA), also known as Bier block, is a technically simple and reliable technique for achieving anesthesia for short surgical procedures. It is performed by injecting a local anesthetic (usually lidocaine) intravenously in the setting of a double tourniquet on the upper arm which limits the anesthetic effect ...

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Norepinephrine or Phenylephrine in Bolus for Hypotension in Cesarean Delivery

This is a prospective, randomized, double-blind, comparative two-group clinical study to observe two vasopressor drugs, phenylephrine and noradrenaline, in the ability to maintain systemic arterial pressure in pregnant women after spinal anesthesia for cesarean section; based on the hypothesis that, since noradrenaline has a predominant alpha-adrenergic action and a weak ...


The Effects of Ultrasound-guided Serratus Plane Block During Video-assisted Thoracoscopic Lobectomy

Thoracotomy is known as one of the most painful surgery. Thus, there is a development to reduce surgical stress in terms of operation technique, which is video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery. Although it has reduced postoperative pain and complications compared with thoracotomy, VATS is still quite painful operation. Serratus plane block is ...

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Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block Washout to Reverse Inadvertent Phrenic Nerve Blockade

One of the most frequently performed peripheral nerve blocks (the injection of local anesthetic near nerves to block sensation/ movement to a specific part of the body) is the interscalene brachial plexus block for upper extremity surgeries. This type of block can unmask underlying respiratory issues such as shortness of ...

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Cooling Anesthesia for Intravitreal Injection

Intravitreal injections have become the standard of care for administering medications for retinal diseases such as age related macular degeneration and diabetic macular edema. There is considerable apprehension among patients receiving these injections, primarily revolving around adequate anesthesia during the injection. Current methods of anesthesia involve topical anesthetic drops, lidocaine ...


Pectoral-Intercostal Fascial Plane Block Study

Post-sternotomy pain (PSP) is a common complication after cardiac surgery, occurring up to 49% of patients at rest according to one prospective study. In addition to decreased patient satisfaction, PSP has been associated with adverse post-operative events including delirium, hypertension, tachycardia, arrhythmias, respiratory complications and persistent post-surgical pain. While most ...

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A Trial Comparing Pain During Local Tumesent Injection In Fingers Using Different Syringe-Needle Combinations

METHODS 3.1 DESIGN This is a randomized, single-blinded controlled trial to measure local pain following local anesthesia tumescent injection using a different combination of syringe and needle in a healthy volunteer. 3.2 TIME AND PLACE The study will be conducted at Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (RSCM) in February to March 2018 ...

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