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A Comparative Analysis Of 0.125% Bupivacaine And 100mg Tramadol Given Via Epidural Route For Postoperative Pain Control In Infraumbilical Surgeries

Author: 
Dr. Tulika Singh
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

Infraumbilical surgeries are associated with significant postoperative pain. The pain is usually of a long duration. Post operative pain treatment is very important for a variety of reasons as its proper treatment influences the quality standards of ho study was conducted to evaluate postoperative analgesic efficacy of four doses of epidurally administered Bupivacaine versus Tramadol in infraumbilical surgeries. Epi efficacy than epidural Bupivacaine. Nausea and vomiting was more in group T which was easily treatable with anti emetic. elective infraumbilical surgery. Cases were allocated by computer generated randomization into two groups containing 20 cases each. Cases in Group B received 10ml of 0.125% Bupivacaine and those in Group T received Tramadol 100mg in 10m Tramadol with antiemetic had significantly longer duration of analgesic effect. longer dosage intervals compared to Group B cases re and similar between both groups than epidural Bupivacaine. Nausea and vomiting was more in group T which was easily treat emetic. spital care and associated comorbidities linked to an inadequate management thereof. This dural Tramadol has better postoperative analgesic Methods: 40 adult cases ranging in age from 30 to 50 years with ASA Grade I & l of normal saline,via the epidural route. Results ceiving Bupivacaine. Cardiovascular parameters were stable 2. Conclusion: Epidural Tramadol has better postoperative analgesic efficacy II, presenting for – Cases in Group T receiving epidural These cases also had significantly able with anti

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