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Ketamine Clinical Trials


Effects of S-ketamine and Continuous Iliac Fascia Space Block on Perioperative Neurological Cognitive Impairment and Postoperative Rehabilitation in Elderly Patients With Hip Fracture


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Id: NCT05304559

Organisation Name: Yangzhou University

Overal Status: Recruiting

Start Date: March 26, 2022

Last Update: March 31, 2022

Lead Sponsor: Yangzhou University

Brief Summary: Elderly patients with hip fracture are older and have a high incidence of perioperative complications. the postoperative recovery of elderly patients with hip fracture is affected by hemodynamic instability and pain caused by fracture. S-ketamine is the S-isomer of ketamine. Compared with traditional ketamine, S-ketamine has stronger analgesic effect and fewer adverse reactions of nervous system. The parasympathetic effect of S-ketamine can antagonize the circulatory inhibition of propofol and make the hemodynamics more stable in elderly patients with hip fracture.Iliac fascial space block (fasciailiacacompartmentblock,FICB) mainly depends on local anesthetics spreading to the femoral nerve, lateral femoral cutaneous nerve and obturator nerve in the iliofascial space to achieve analgesia in its dominant area. Ultrasound-guided iliac fascial space block can effectively reduce the amount of anesthetics and has shorter puncture time and fewer complications. It can more effectively reduce the perioperative pain of elderly patients with hip fracture.

Conditions:
  • Hip Fractures


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