International Journal of Advanced Research in Medicine
2019, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A
Combined spinal‐epidural versus spinal Anesthesia comparison of efficacy in terms of analgesia and motor and sensory blockade for lower limb Surgery
Author(s): Sushil Chhabra and Alok Chhabra
Abstract:Introduction: This study was conducted for the better understanding between Of efficacy in terms of motor and sensory blockade and prolonged time of analgesia between spinal and combined spinal epidural methods of anaesthesia.
Methods: This prospective study was conducted on 80 adult patients of both sex belonging to ASA grade I and II,
Results: In our current study we observed that the total time taken by patient for there sensory block, in group 1 patient take about 2.95 min and in group 2.25 min in sensory block in case of motor block group I 12 (30%) patients attained Bromage grade 3 and in group II 10 (25%) patient attained Bromage grade 3. In group I, 28 (70%) patients attained Bromage grade 4, and in group II 30 (75%) patients attained Bromage grade 4.
Sushil Chhabra, Alok Chhabra. Combined spinal‐epidural versus spinal Anesthesia comparison of efficacy in terms of analgesia and motor and sensory blockade for lower limb Surgery. Int J Adv Res Med 2019;1(1):56-59.