Volume 20 No 19 (2022)
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Comparative Evaluation Of Dexmedetomidine, Ketamine And Their Combination For Epidural Analgesia In Lower Limb Orthopedic Surgeries
Dr. Deeksha Mishra , Dr. Vivek Chakole
The pursuit of perioperative pain relief, has led many anaesthesiologists to advocate various methods to counter intraoperative pain that can be extended into the postoperative period much to the satisfaction of the patients. Regional anaesthesia in the form of central neuraxial blocks, owing to its advantages over general anaesthesia,are widely used in for surgeries involving the lower body as well as for postoperative pain management. The desire for efficient block, early postoperative rehabilitation with minimal pain and discomfort makes epidural anaesthesia the procedure of choice amongst other central neuraxial blockade.
Dexmedetomidine, ketamine, Epidural analgesia, Lower limb
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