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Comparison Between Desarda and Lichtenstein's Technique for Inguinal Hernia Repair Under Local Anaesthesia

Inguinal hernia is one of the most common treatable surgical conditions. The synthetic prostheses most often used in the inguinal area may in some cases create new clinical problems, such as foreign body sensation in the groin, discomfort, and abdominal wall stiffness, surgical site infections, migration of mesh and may ...

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Target Effect-site Concentration of Remifentanil in Transperineal Prostate Puncture

Patients who were scheduled to undergo transperineal prostate puncture and biopsy were recruited into our study. In all patients, dexmedetomidine was injected at a bolus of 0.6 mg/kg and then continuously infused at 0.6 ug/kg/h using the conventional continuous microinfusion pump. the target Effect-site concentration of remifentanil was determined by ...

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Evaluation of Post-operative Biochemical Recurrence in Patients Submitted to Radical Prostatectomy Under General Opioid-free Anesthesia Compared to Conventional General Anesthesia

The use of opioids facilitates angiogenesis and has a proven action in the immune system, mainly in the reduction of natural killer cell activity, favoring the migration of neoplastic cells and inhibiting humoral and cellular immunity. These factors may contribute to recurrence and tumor metastasis. Therefore, could opioid-free anesthesia help ...

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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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Pudendal Block Versus Penian Block For Circumcision In Children

The authors study the efficacy of the pudendal versus penile block for the relief of postoperative pain in children receiving ambulatory circumcision. In this prospective, double-blind, randomized, parallel-arm trial, 60 children recruited during the anesthesia consultation will be allocated a general anesthesia with a pudendal block (PUD group) or a ...

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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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Effects of Low Dose Neuromuscular Blocker Usage on Laryngeal Mask Application

Cystoscopy is a simple, effective and reliable method in current urological practice for the diagnosis and treatment of urethral and bladder pathologies. Procedure is frequently used for the placement and replacement (removal) of double J stent in patients with ureteral stones . Cystoscopy may be used for the investigation of ...

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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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Use of Melatonin for Preventing POCD in Transurethral Prostate Resection Under Spinal Anesthesia

TURP is the most common surgical procedure performed on male patients over 60 years of age to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia. One of the concerns, since it compromises the quality of life, is postoperative cognitive dysfunction. It can be due to TURP Syndrome or to other causes, like changing the ...

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Sedation During Spinal Anesthesia

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 ...

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