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Anesthesia Clinical Trials

A listing of Anesthesia 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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This study is being done because it is not known whether these two types of anesthesia lead to the same outcome or if one type of anesthesia is better for people who are undergoing surgery to treat hip fractures. We will specifically explore how well you are walking after your ...

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Detecting Post-surgical Respiratory Compromise and Prompting Patients to Self-rescue: An Early Feasibility Study

This study will explore the feasibility of an idea to use standard, FDA-approved patient monitors to detect ventilatory depression and then play a recorded nurse's voice to prompt patients by name to breathe. The voice prompt will occur in addition to when the traditional alarms are sounded by the monitors. ...

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Effects of Local Anesthesia on Post-operative Pain During Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair

To assess effect of local anesthetic into the preperitoneal space during laparoscopic hernia repair on post-operative pain.

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Performance Assessment of the PMD-200 in Subjects Requiring Surgery Under General Anesthesia

The proposed study is designed to further demonstrate the performance of the NoL Index in surgical patient under general anesthesia, by evaluating its response to controlled changes in the levels of noxious stimuli/analgesia mentioned characteristics and to correlate early outcome predictors to the NoL values throughout the surgical procedure, thus ...

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Opioid Free Anesthesia and Major Spine Surgery

Opioid analgesics are commonly used in clinical practice for per and postoperative pain treatment. However their use is associated with a lot of undesirable effects. From this comes the idea of using opioid free anesthesia intra-operatively in an attempt to decrease opioids postoperative use and accordingly, their associated side effects. ...

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Bioimpedance Arterial Stiffness and Hemodynamic Instability During Induction of General Anesthesia

Arterial hypotension during induction of general anesthesia is a risk factor for developing postoperative cardiovascular complications. After induction of general anesthesia patients have a high risk of developing arterial hypotension due to anesthetic drugs who can depress cardiac contractility and determine vasodilatation. Risk factors associated with increased incidence of arterial ...

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Audiovisual Distraction for Patients Undergoing Total Knee or Hip Replacement Surgery

The perioperative period is often anxiety-provoking experience for many of our patients. Pain and awareness are the two primary concerns voiced most frequently. For total knee and hip replacement surgery, we offer our patients a spinal anesthetic which produces complete sensory blockade below the level of the waist. Despite a ...

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EEG Guidance of Anesthesia (ENGAGES-CANADA)

ENGAGES CANADA is a parallel study to the ENGAGES study which is currently underway in the USA. Due to the difference in practice models and types of anesthesia principles, ENGAGES CANADA is an important study. Delirium is a relatively common postoperative complication in the geriatric population, affecting 20% to 70% ...

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Slow Stepwise Propofol TCI Induction for Titration Anesthesia Maintenance

Introduction: Currently, propofol is the most widely used intravenous anesthetic drug that is able to provide a safe general anesthesia. Propofol can be administered by using different techniques including target controlled infusion (TCI). The ability to maintain the pharmacological conditions after achieving a predetermined clinical effect is one of the ...

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The Effect of Two Different General Anesthesia Regimes on Postoperative Sleep Quality

Major surgery can lead to postoperative disturbances in sleep patterns with subjective deterioration of sleep quality according to patients' reports as well as objective alterations of sleep architecture, as recorded by polysomnography These disturbances include severe sleep fragmentation, rapid eye movement (REM) and slow wave sleep significant reductions in duration ...

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