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Determining the Effects of Two Different Anesthesia Induction Techniques on QT Distance in Cardiac Surgery Patients With Two Different QT Measurement Techniques

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Id: NCT04706104

Organisation Name: Ankara City Hospital Bilkent

Overal Status: Completed

Start Date: October 10, 2020

Last Update: May 18, 2021

Lead Sponsor: Ankara City Hospital Bilkent

Brief Summary: In studies, the effects of drugs used for anesthesia and analgesia on QT distance were evaluated in isolation. However, drugs are administered in combination with each other during anesthesia induction. Therefore, drugs interact in terms of positive and undesirable effects. In addition, most of the studies examining anesthesia and QT distance have been conducted in non-cardiac surgery. The target group in this study is the adult patient group who will undergo cardiac surgery. The primary aim of our study is to investigate the effect of two different types of anesthesia induction techniques on QT distance in patients undergoing open-heart surgery. QT evaluation will be performed after endotracheal intubation after anesthesia induction.

  • Long QT Syndrome

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