Vol 4, No 2 (2010)

Articles
Gabapentin. Is it relevant to management of acute postoperative pain? Analytical review
Ovechkin A.M., Efremenko I.V.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):5-12
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Transdermal therapeutic system TRANSTECK and DUROGESIK in postoperative analgesia after major surgery of morbid obesity
Epstein S.L., Storozhev V.Y., Azarova T.M., Romanov B.V., Sablin I.A., Vdovin V.V., Martynov A.N., Yashkov Y.I., Bekuzarov D.K.
Abstract
Efficacy of postoperative analgesia with transdermal therapeutic system - TRANSTECK (buprenorphine) and DUROGESIK (fentanyl) was assessed in 70 morbidly obese patients who had biliopancreatic bypass surgery under general anesthesia with sevofluarine, fentanyl, rocuronium. The 30 patients were assigned to postoperative analgesia with transteck, and in the 40 patients durogesik was administered. Our results indicate that transdermal therapeutic systems present effective postoperative pain treatment in patients with morbid obesity undergoing biliopancreatic bypass surgery.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):13-24
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Central hemodynamics and autonomic nervous system functions during spinal anesthesia in younger children
Devaykin E.V., Svalov A.I.
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Comparative assessment of central hemodynamics and autonomic functions was conducted in two groups of younger children undergoing surgical treatment of talipes under spinal anesthesia combined with sedation by midazolam (one group) and under general anesthesia with halothane and fentanyl (other group). Significant differences between the two groups in terms of central hemodynamics parameters and autonomic functions were found. The results of our work suggest that combined spinal anesthesia is a method of choice for surgical treatment of congenital foot abnormalities as it produces effective nociceptive block.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):25-31
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Combined femoral and sciatic nerve blockade for surgical operations on necrotic suppurative lesions of foot and lower leg
Filichkin A.S., Reshetnikov V.A., Fedin A.B., Tsygipalo A.I.
Abstract
The aim of the present study was to investigate efficacy and safety of combined femoral and sciatic nerve blockade for surgical operations on necrotic suppurative lesions of foot and lower leg. The results of our study showed that in compare with total intravenous technique the combined femoral and sciatic nerve blockade for the surgical debridement of the affected foot and lower leg provides adequate intraoperative anesthesia, hemodynamic stability and preserved respiratory function.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):32-36
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Two-segmental spinal-epidural anesthesia for caesarean delivery with the risk of extended surgical intervention
Semenikhin A.A., Matlubov M.M., Yusupbaev R.B.
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The purpose of our work was to determine efficacy and safety of balanced two-segmental spinal-epidural anesthesia (SEA) as well as to test this technique in settings when operative delivery carries the risk to be extended. The method has been used in 69 pregnant women aged 23-42 yrs with 36-40 weeks of gestation. We established that SEA is highly effective and safe technique therefore it can be recommended as appropriate method of anesthesia for operative delivery having risk of its extension.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):37-41
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Technical characteristics of lumbar puncture with Quincke-style needle
Mezhenin D.A.
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The aim of the study was to clarify factors influencing Quincke-style needle course during lumbar puncture. Contribution of the needle gauge into the amount and direction of the needle deviation was also investigated. Several tests on the isolated osteo-ligamentous preparation of lumbar spine segment fixed with formalin were undertaken. Other tests involved using of raw potato fragment bar shaped and 40 mm wide as model of interspinous ligament. In total the work included 12 measurements performed at different entry needle angles on the natural and simulating preparations. Found mechanisms allow to suggest more effective approach in predetermining needle trajectory and so to increase rate of successful spinal punctures with Quincke-style needle
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):42-44
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Case report Successful prolonged epidural blockade in treatment of acute mechanical bowel obstruction
Sitkin S.I., Silaev V.N., Bozova E.Y.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):45-46
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How to Avoid Neurological Damage? ESRA Recommendations for Good Clinical Practice
Fischer B.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):54-59
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Dialogue with professional
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Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):60-63
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All-Russian organization of regional anesthesia and pain management: II conference issues overview (Gelendzhik, 20.05.2010)
Ovechkin A.M., Shen N.P.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):64-70
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Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to «Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine» journal
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Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(2):71-73
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