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Ketamine Clinical Trials


Assessment of Analgesic Effect of Ketamine Vs Ketamine Magnesium Infusion and Their Effect on Postoperative Morphine Consumption After Surgical Nephrectomy


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Id: NCT05596669

Organisation Name: Egymedicalpedia

Overal Status: Completed

Start Date: September 1, 2021

Last Update: October 27, 2022

Lead Sponsor: Egymedicalpedia

Brief Summary: Ketamine and magnesium-ketamine are two analgesics that are being studied for use as adjuvants. They were shown to have anaesthetic and analgesic properties, and as a consequence of this finding, it has been postulated that they may have a role in minimising the requirement for analgesic drugs during the postoperative period. The major objective of the research was to examine the pain-relieving effects of ketamine vs ketamine magnesium infusion, as well as their influence on postoperative morphine consumption following nephrectomy; the secondary goal is to assess hemodynamic effects and pain severity.

Conditions:
  • Nephrectomy


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