COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF ANALGESIA OF NEBULISED FENTANYL (4 MCG/KG) WITH INTRAVENOUS FENTANYL (1MCG/KG) FOR POST OPERATIVE PAIN RELIEF IN ABDOMINAL SURGERIES

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V. K. DHULKHED
VIRAJ MOHITE
DHANSHREE KALE
AVINASH J. BHOSALE
R. M. MULLA
AMRUTA HEPALGAONKAR
DHIRAJ KUMAR MANE
MAHENDRA ALATE

Abstract

In the present study patients belonging to a specific group had received nebulised fentanyl (4 mcg/kg) and IV saline whereas participants belonging to other group had received intravenous fentanyl (1 mcg/kg) and nebulized saline and postoperative analgesic efficacy was assessed using visual analog scale (VAS) score. The mean baseline heart rate of both the group and group was 91±7.76 and 94±5.48 respectively. The change observed in heart rate in both group over the period of time was almost same and the difference observed was statistically non-significant. Systolic and diastolic blood pressure differences were statistically significant in both groups however the difference noted was not clinically significant.

Keywords:
Analgesia, nebulised fentanyl, intravenous fentanyl, abdominal surgery, analgesia.

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DHULKHED, V. K., MOHITE, V., KALE, D., BHOSALE, A. J., MULLA, R. M., HEPALGAONKAR, A., MANE, D. K., & ALATE, M. (2021). COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF ANALGESIA OF NEBULISED FENTANYL (4 MCG/KG) WITH INTRAVENOUS FENTANYL (1MCG/KG) FOR POST OPERATIVE PAIN RELIEF IN ABDOMINAL SURGERIES. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 41(23), 124-127. Retrieved from https://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/1798
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