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THE PAIN COMPARISON IN WOMEN UTERIN DILATION AND CURETTAGE OPERATIONS
ESRA Academy. Alp H. Sep 8, 2016; 138545
Topic: PHARMACOLOGY OF DRUGS USED IN RA AND PAIN THERAPY
Assoc. Prof. Hayriye Alp
Assoc. Prof. Hayriye Alp

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Background and Aims:

The aim of this study was to compare ketamin-propofol and tramadol propofol combination in patients undergoing uterine dilatation and curretage. pain scoring recorded.

Methods:

 100 women under going uterine dilatation and curettage were screened retrospectively after ethical comitee approval. Baseline anesthesia was maintained with 1 mg/kg propofol, and the patients were randomly allocated to receive 0.5 mg/kg ketamine (Group 1, n=50) or 1 mg/kg tramadol (Group 2, n=50) there after. Hemodynamic variables, pain, sedation, Aldrete recovery score and side effects were recorded

Results:

 Postoperative heart rate and systolic arterial pressure on beginning were significantly higher in Group 1 compared with Group 2 (p<0.05). No significant difference was noticed compare to the results between the groups.

Conclusions:

Tramadol might be a better alternative drug rather than ketamine due to better hemodynamic stability and lower respiratory depression rate were seen in patents with it.

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