Vol 4, No 3 (2010)


Magnesium sulfate: prospective role in multimodal analgesia (Analytical review)

Ovechkin A.M.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):5-10
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Rectal unalgesia for the Relief of Perineal Pain after Childbirth: A Randomised Controlled Trial of Diclofenac suppositories

Dodd J.M., Hedayati H., Pearce E., Hotham N., Crowther C.A.


The randomized, double-blind trial was designed to evaluate rectal diclofenac in the relief of perineal pain after trauma during childbirth. Women were randomly allocated to either diclofenac (n=67) or placebo suppositories (n=66). The use of rectal nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug suppositories is a simple, effective and safe method of reducing the pain experienced by women following perineal trauma within the first 24 hours after childbirth.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):11-13
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Optimizing analgesia after caesarian delivery

Lovkov I.A., Shipunov V.N.


It represents a study of 120 parturients undergoing caesarian section under spinal anesthesia. The aim of this study was an assessment of postoperative analgesia obtained by combination of wound infiltration with ropivacain plus adjuncts and i. v. administration of paracetamol. The results of our work demonstrate that the suggested combined analgesia is associated with adequate and safe pain relief, earlier maternal ambulation and recuperation in postpartum period.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):14-17
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The effect of different types of anesthesia on endocrine-metabolic response to surgical stress from hysterectomy

Kitiashvili I.Z., Vlasov A.S., Parfenov L.L., Minkovetskiy V.D., Zaklyakov K.K.


The clinical trial included 144 patients with uterine fibromyoma scheduled for surgical treatment. All patients were randomized into three groups. One group (n=35) was assigned to general anesthesia. The second one (n=51) received spinal anesthesia, and the third one (n=54) epidural blockade was administered. Our results suggest that perioperative epidural blockade provides the most adequate anesthesia for this surgical treatment.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):18-26
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The Analgesic Efficacy of Transversus Abdominis Plane Block After Abdominal Surgery: A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial

McDonnell J., O’Donnell B., Curley G., Heffernan A., Power C., Laffey J.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):27-33
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Combined spinal-epidural anesthesia for caesarian section - gathering limitations or damping them?

Sokologorskiy S.V., Shifman E.M., Burlev A.V., Kokoev E.B., Gerasimov U.A.


The clinical experience of 100 combined spinal-epidural anesthesias (CSEA), 100 epidural and 50 single-shot spinal blockades for elective cesarean section were reviewed. The CSEA included epidural catheterization following intrathecal administration of 12-15 mg of 0,5% bupivocaine. For spinal and epidural anesthesia standard technique was employed involving 12-15 mg of 0,5% bupivocaine intrathecally or 150 mg 0,75% ropivocaine epidurally. The results suggest that CSEA as have being applied in our work has no additional benefits but more rapid onset of action when compared with epidural anesthesia, and possibility of the post surgery epidural analgesia in contrast of single-shot spinal blockade.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):34-37
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Optimal choice of anesthesia for outpatient orthopedic surgery

Logvinenko V.V., Shen N.P.


The clinical trial was designed to determine the effect of different doses of hyperbaric 0,5% bupivacain on course of pain syndrome and quality of life in home settings at the first 24 hours after outpatient surgery under spinal anesthesia. 40 patients were included in the trial. The 16 of them were assigned to 7,5 mg bupivacain spinally, and to the rest of ones 10 mg bupivacain was administered. The results of this trial indicated that beside patient safety and speed of recovery from neuroaxial blockade, quality of life in home settings immediately after discharge should be taken into consideration when tailoring bupivacain dose for spinal anesthesia
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):38-41
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Successful treatment of epidural abscess complicating epidural anesthesia: a case report

Dzyadzko A.M., Rummo O.O., Minov A.F., Bolonkin L.S., Santotskiy E.O., Kalachik O.V., Scherba A.E., Chugunova O.A., Nevidovich B.B., Cherkasov E.V., Zubritskiy S.M., Molochnikov M.G.
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):42-51
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Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management. 2010;4(3):52-54
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