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Ketamine Clinical Trials

Caudal Ketamine-bupivacaine More Effective Than Bupivacaine-saline in Pediatric Surgical Procedures Below the Umbilicus

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Id: NCT05444036

Organisation Name: Egymedicalpedia

Overal Status: Completed

Start Date: September 1, 2018

Last Update: September 10, 2022

Lead Sponsor: Egymedicalpedia

Brief Summary: Because pain is difficult to measure in children, post-operative pain is frequently undertreated in this age range. Pain treatment is required in children due to the high emotional component of pain. Pain is a multidimensional, subjective, perceptual event having a variety of qualities such as intensity, quality, time course, and effects that are perceived differently by each person. Because the operational definition of pain necessitates self-report, pain experienced by children and babies is frequently overlooked, if not ignored.

When general anesthesia is paired with regional procedures, children of all ages are exposed to less intravenous and inhalational anesthetics and analgesics, leaving them nearly free of nausea, vomiting, itching, or unneeded drowsiness. Being completely awake and able to drink soon after surgery, as well as having no issues breathing even after lengthy surgery, are significant benefits that children and parents value.

  • Surgery
  • Pediatric Surgery

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