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N/VNicht Verfügbar
N/VNausea/Vomiting
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N/VNeurovascular
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Conclusion: 0.5% hyperbaric bupivacaine was associated with better hemodynamic stability and reduced risk of bradycardia, necessity of rescue ephedrine and nausea/vomiting.
Frequency of nausea/vomiting, rescue ephedrine and block level were compared using chisquare test.
Nausea/vomiting (%)###1 (1.0%)###23 (23.0%)###<0.001
0.5% hyperbaric bupivacaine is associated with better hemodynamic stability and reduced risk of bradycardia, necessity of rescue ephedrine and nausea/vomiting as compared to 0.75% hyperbaric bupivacaine.
Reduction in nausea/vomiting in these patients is helpful in fast recovery of the patient and in minimizing hospital stay.
The patients were monitored for other complications like, nausea/vomiting and it was observed that the patients in placebo group had significantly higher rate of complications.
The rate of nausea/vomiting was observed significantly (p-value 0.05) difference in hospital stay of both groups.
For example, patients found to have a higher probability for developing anticipatory or conditioned nausea/vomiting may benefit from being treated in a different area of the clinic by different clinic personnel at each visit.
An additional analysis aimed at separating the effect of psychological distress alone from physical or sexual abuse showed that most effects dropped below the level of statisticalignificance, except for the relationship between physical abuse and nausea/vomiting. This is consistent with other results reported in the medical literature, van Tilburg said, but psychological distress was only partly responsible for weakening the relation between physical abuse and nausea.