Effect of Pressure Support Ventilation Usage at the End of Surgery on the Recovery from General Anesthesia in Extra Peritoneal Surgery
Iraqi Postgraduate Medical Journal,
2016, Volume 15, Issue 4, Pages 437-440
Recovery speed and quality from general anesthesia has been proposed as possible measure of quality of anesthesia. Recovery is affected by many factors; patient status, drugs used, surgical procedure and time of it.
To assess the effect of using pressure support ventilation at the end of surgery on the recovery from general anesthesia in extra peritoneal surgery.
METHODS AND RESULTS:
100 patients had enrolled in study from 1st/11/2014 till 20th/1/2016 in medical city complex hospitals.
All patients were received general anesthesia with endotracheal tube and same anesthetic management and considering score of 10/10 from modified aldrete criteria as aim in recovery. Patients were divided into two groups:
50 patients had received pressure support ventilation at end of surgery.
Other 50 patients had continued with muscle relaxant and controlled mechanical ventilation.
Patients with support ventilation had shorter recovery time 11.8 min than those with controlled ventilation 17.7min,this was statistically significant P value was 0.000 and clinically of importance by decreasing recovery time and decrease use of reversal of muscle relaxant.
Pressure support ventilation at the end of surgery enhances recovery and decrease time of stay recovery site.
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