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Anesteziol Reanimatol. 2012 Nov-Dec;(6):33-5.

[Abdominal cross section space blockade as a component of the multimodal postoperative analgesia in patients after cesarean section: blockade efficiency analysis].

[Article in Russian]

Abstract

RESEARCH PURPOSE: To compare postoperative analgesia after Cesarean section with abdominal cross section space (ACSB) blockade in a combination with non-opioid analgesics versus conventional system anaesthesia.

MATERIALS AND METHODS:

62 patients (2 groups of 31), after planned Cesarean section were included in this randomized research. In main group ACSB was used for postoperative analgesia, in control--a system anaesthesia. Research included pain assessment with visual-analogue scale (VAS) during rest and cough after spinal block regression and 12 and 24 hrs postoperatively. Additionally vital capacity of lungs changes was measured.

RESULTS:

In the main group VAS data in rest and at cough at stages 12 and 24 of h. after operation were significantly lower, than in control group. Vital capacity of lungs in this group was reliably higher at a stage of 24 h.

CONCLUSION:

ACSB in a combination with non-opioid analgesics provides high analgesia level without narcotic analgesics application, increases postoperative patients comfort after Cesarean section.

PMID:
23662517
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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