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Increase in specific density of levobupivacaine and fentanyl solution ensures lower incidence of inadequate block


Tudorić Djeno, Ivana; Đuzel, Viktor; Ajduk, Marko; Šafarić Oremuš, Zrinka; Zupčić, Miroslav; Dusper, Silver; Jukić, Dubravko; Husedžinović, Ino
Increase in specific density of levobupivacaine and fentanyl solution ensures lower incidence of inadequate block // Collegium antropologicum, 36 (2012), 2; 375-380 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Increase in specific density of levobupivacaine and fentanyl solution ensures lower incidence of inadequate block

Autori
Tudorić Djeno, Ivana ; Đuzel, Viktor ; Ajduk, Marko ; Šafarić Oremuš, Zrinka ; Zupčić, Miroslav ; Dusper, Silver ; Jukić, Dubravko ; Husedžinović, Ino

Izvornik
Collegium antropologicum (0350-6134) 36 (2012), 2; 375-380

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Spinal anesthesia; hyperbaric block; levobupivacaine and fentanyl

Sažetak
The clinical presentation of a subarachnoid block (SAB) is dependent upon the intrathecal spread of local anesthetic (LA). Intrathecal distribution depends on the chemical and physical characteristics of LA, puncture site, technique used, patient anatomical characteristics and hydrodynamic properties of cerebrospinal fluid. We tried to determine whether a combined glucose/LA solution can render a clinically significant difference in sensory block distribution and motor block intensity.This was a controlled, randomized and double blinded study. The surgical procedures were stripping of the great or small saphenous vein and extirpation of remaining varicose veins. The study included 110 patients distributed into two groups: Hyperbaric (7.5 mg levobupivacaine (1.5 ml 0.5% Chirocaine®) + 50 mg Fentanyl (0.5 ml Fentanil®) and 1 ml 10% glucose (Pliva)) vs. Hypobaric (7.5 mg levobupivacaine (1.5 ml 0.5% Chirocaine®) + 50 mg Fentanyl (0.5 ml Fentanil®) and 1 ml 0.9% NaCl (Pliva, Zagreb)) adding to a total volume of 3.5 ml per solution. Spinal puncture was at L3-L4 level. Spinal block distribution was assessed in five minute intervals and intensity of motor block was assessed according to the modified Bromage scale. Pain was assessed with the Visual Analogue Scale. A statistically significant difference in sensory block distribution, motor block intensity and recovery time was established between hyperbaric and hypobaric solutions. By increasing the specific density of anesthetic solution, a higher sensory block, with lesser variability, a diminished influence of Body Mass Index, decreased motor block intensity and faster recovery time may be achieved.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kliničke medicinske znanosti



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Ustanove
Klinička bolnica "Dubrava"

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