COMPARING 7.5 MG OF 0.5% HYPERBARIC BUPIVACAINE AND 25 MCG OF FENTANYL MIXTURE TO 10MG OF 0.5% HYPERBARIC BUPIVACAINE IN SUB ARACHNOID BLOCK FOR CAESAREAN SECTION

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NASEEMA V. KANASE
ROHAN DESHMUKH
R. M. MULLA
V. S. KAPURKAR
UNDA S. DIMBLE
D. A. MANE

Abstract

This study entitled was done to evaluate the effects of adding fentanyl to hyperbaric bupivacaine with regard to onset and duration of sensory and motor blockade, hemodynamic parameters, intra-operative complications and total duration of analgesia. The present study was conducted to compare the hemodynamics and duration of analgesia using 7.5 mg of 0.5% hyperbaric bupivacaine and 25 mcg of fentanyl mixture to 10 mg of 0.5% hyperbaric bupivacaine for caesarean section. The study was done at Krishna Institute of medical science involving 60 ASA Grade I and II patients who underwent caesarean section under subarachnoid block.

Keywords:
Fentanyl, hyperbaric bupivacaine, subarachnoid block, caesarean

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KANASE, N. V., DESHMUKH, R., MULLA, R. M., KAPURKAR, V. S., DIMBLE, U. S., & MANE, D. A. (2021). COMPARING 7.5 MG OF 0.5% HYPERBARIC BUPIVACAINE AND 25 MCG OF FENTANYL MIXTURE TO 10MG OF 0.5% HYPERBARIC BUPIVACAINE IN SUB ARACHNOID BLOCK FOR CAESAREAN SECTION. UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 42(2), 1-5. Retrieved from https://mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/1896
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