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A listing of Anesthesia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


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Factors Determining Oxygen Wash in During Pre-oxygenation

Before induction of general anaesthesia pre-oxygenation is a recommended procedure to enhance the time available for solving a problem with the airway or intubation during induction. This can be accomplished by letting the patient breath normal tidal volumes with 100% oxygen for 3 to 5 minutes during pre-oxygenation. If there ...

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Airway Management During TCI vs RSI Anesthesia Induction

The aims of this study are to evaluate and compare feasibility of airway management and risk for desaturation during standardized target controlled infusion (TCI) and rapid sequence induction (RSI) of anesthesia. A conventional way to induce anesthesia, i.e. manual injection of anesthetics, may be more accurate and predictable compared to ...

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Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block Washout to Reverse Inadvertent Phrenic Nerve Blockade

One of the most frequently performed peripheral nerve blocks (the injection of local anesthetic near nerves to block sensation/ movement to a specific part of the body) is the interscalene brachial plexus block for upper extremity surgeries. This type of block can unmask underlying respiratory issues such as shortness of ...

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Cooling Anesthesia for Intravitreal Injection

Intravitreal injections have become the standard of care for administering medications for retinal diseases such as age related macular degeneration and diabetic macular edema. There is considerable apprehension among patients receiving these injections, primarily revolving around adequate anesthesia during the injection. Current methods of anesthesia involve topical anesthetic drops, lidocaine ...


Pectoral-Intercostal Fascial Plane Block Study

Post-sternotomy pain (PSP) is a common complication after cardiac surgery, occurring up to 49% of patients at rest according to one prospective study. In addition to decreased patient satisfaction, PSP has been associated with adverse post-operative events including delirium, hypertension, tachycardia, arrhythmias, respiratory complications and persistent post-surgical pain. While most ...

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Lidocaine Infusion for Postthoracotomy Pain Syndrome

Postthoracotomy pain syndrome (PPS) is defined as a persistent and/or recurrent pain or burning sensation along the thoracotomy scar at 3 months after surgery. The pain is very significant, given that 3 to 5% of postthoractomy patients report it as being severe, and approximately 50% of patients report limitations in ...

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Pre-Anaesthesia CompuTerized Health Assessment

Pre-anaesthesia assessment is an important component of preoperative care of surgical patients. Early engagement of patients by anaesthetists is critical for medically-complex patients, to allow ample time for risk evaluation, discussion of anaesthetic plan and medical optimization. Timely and optimal preparation of patients before elective surgery could reduce morbidity and ...

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Lidocaine Infusion for Pain After Herniotomy

Inguinal hernia repair is associated with a 5%-30% incidence of chronic pain; however, the pathogenesis remains unknown, and few studies have assessed chronic pain as the primary aim of the study. Lidocaine infusion could be a possible approach to reducing the prevalence of chronic pain after herniotomy. Recently, a meta-analysis ...

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