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The Effect of Ketamine on Production of Inflammatory Markers in Post Operative Patients in Mulago Hospital: A Randomized Clinical Trial


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Id: NCT01339065

Organisation Name: Makerere University

Overal Status: Unknown status

Start Date: April 2011

Last Update: April 20, 2011

Lead Sponsor: Makerere University

Brief Summary: . Null Hypothesis: Giving low doze ketamine (0.5mg/kg) given preoperatively to adult patients undergoing elective surgery, in Mulago hospital, will not have a reduction effect on the levels of IL-6 & IL-1β pro inflammatory markers by 48 hours.

. Alternate Hypothesis: Giving low doze ketamine (0.5mg/kg) given preoperatively to adult patients undergoing elective surgery, in Mulago hospital, will have a reduction effect on the levels of IL-6 & IL-1β pro inflammatory markers by 48 hours.

Conditions:
  • Post Operative Inflammatory Marker Levels


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