مقایسه بیهوشی استنشاقی با سووفلوران وبیهوشی وریدی باپروپوفول در کودکان تحت برونکوسکوبی انعطاف پذیر در بیمارستان مرکز طبی کودکان در سال 97-96

مقایسه بیهوشی استنشاقی با سووفلوران وبیهوشی وریدی باپروپوفول در کودکان تحت برونکوسکوبی انعطاف پذیر در بیمارستان مرکز طبی کودکان در سال 97-96

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در این طرح 80 کودک که باید تحت برونکوسکوپی قرار میگرفتند و معیارهای لازم را داشتند به طور تصادفی در دوگروه 40 نفری قرار گرفتند.به یک گروه بیهوشی استنشاقی با سووفلوران جهت برونکوسکوپی داده شد و به گروه دوم بیهوشی باپروپوفول وریدی جهت برونکوسکوپی داده شد.و تغییرات BP ,O2 sat ,PR  وسرفه و مدت ریکاوری در دو گروه بررسی شدکه دیدیم تغییرات O2sat  در استفاده از پروپوفول کمتر است.همچنین مدت ریکاوری درگروه استفاده کننده از پروپوفول کمتر بود
كليد واژه ها :برونکوسکوپی-پروپوفول-سووقلوران
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نام:                مریم نودهی    رشته تحصيلی  :   پزشکی     مقطع:دکترای حرفه ای                                گروه آموزشي :پزشکی         پست الكترونيك دانشجو:nodehimaryam@yahoo.com
اساتيد راهنما و داور:اساتید راهنما:دکتر ملکی و دکتر سلطانی و اساتید داور:دکتر تک زارع و دکتر تقی زاده
زمان دفاع :یکشنبه 18/6/96 ساعت 7:30
 
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Title: Comparison of Inhaled Anesthesia with Sevoflurane and Intravenous propulol Injection in Children Under Flexible Bronchoscopy at Children's Medical Center Hospital in 96-97
Abstract: in this project, 80 children who were required to undergo  bronchoscopy and had the necessary criteria were randomly assigned into two groups of 40. They were given an anesthetic anesthetic with sevoflurane for bronchoscopy and given to the second group anesthesia with intravenous bpropofol for bronchoscopy. Changes in BP, O2 sat, PR, and survival rates were investigated in two groups. We found that O2sat changes in propofol usage were lower. Also, recovery was lower in propofol group
Keywords: propofol  ,sevoflurane, bronchoscopy
 
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