Ketamine Clinical Trials
Comparison of Analgesic Effectiveness of Intravenous Ketamine and Fentanyl for Spinal Anesthesia is Sitting Position in Patients With Proximal Femur Fracture
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Organisation Name: B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences
Overal Status: Unknown status
Start Date: June 25, 2020
Last Update: April 6, 2021
Lead Sponsor: Jenny Bajracharya
Brief Summary: This is a prospective comparative study which will be conducted in patients with proximal femur fracture undergoing operative interventions under subarachnoid block in sitting position. Ketamine group will receive 0.3mg/kg intravenously and Fentanyl group will receive 1.5mcg/kg before changing the position from supine to sitting for subarachnoid block. Analgesic effectiveness of the two drugs will be compared by Numeric Rating Scale for pain.Conditions
Research hypothesis (Null hypothesis) There is no difference in analgesic effectiveness, patient satisfaction, spinal performance and occurrence of adverse effects between Intravenous ketamine and intravenous fentanyl in patients with proximal femur fracture.
Alternate hypothesis Intravenous Ketamine in patients with proximal femur fracture improves the level of analgesia, patient satisfaction, spinal performance and occurrence of adverse effects when compared to intravenous fentanyl.
- Fracture of Proximal End of Femur
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