Evaluation of prevalence of silent regorgitation during elective sezarian section via general anesthesia
Trauma Monthly: 14 (3); 179-182 Article Type: Research Article
E, Jalali Farahani
M. Evaluation of prevalence of silent regorgitation during elective sezarian section via general anesthesia,
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Aims:Silent Regurgitation is one of the important and dangerous complications associated with general anaesthesia. This study was conducted to evaluate prevalence of Silent Regurgitation during general anaesthesia in elective cesarean in referral pationts to Baghiyatallah Hospital in 2008 year.
Materials & Methods: In this cross sectional study, of the 15 – 45 years old pregnant women, who were undergoing elective cesarean in Baghiyatallah Hospital, 73 were selected sequentially. Secretion throat PH with change of color PH meter strip was evaluated.
Results: Silent Regurgitation rate 0% and change secretion throat rate 67.1% were. Secretion throat PH before intubation and after extubation and before cuff increased significantly, (7.34 ± 0.39 vs. 7.75 ± 0.64, p=0.001). Also mean of change PH before intubation and after extubation and before cuff increased significantly, (p<0.05).
Conclusion: It seems that cuffed endo tracheac tube and suctioning don’t prevent frome aspiration ((atleast absolutly)).
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