OBJECTIVE: To discuss the effect of combined with intercostal nerve block on analgesia for esophageal cacer after operation.
PATIENTS AND METHODS: The total of 80 patients with esophageal cancer as the research object in our hospital from June 2012 to June 2013 were randomly grouped as epidural anesthesia (control group) and general anesthesia and intercostal nerve block combined with application (observation group), whose prognoses were compared.
RESULTS: We compared the control group at each time point and the observation group at time T1-T4 with T0. Mean arterial pressure (MAP) had significantly lower performance (mean p < 0.05); at T4, central venus pressure (CVP) of the control group improved significantly (mean p < 0.05), MAP value of the observation group at T3, T4 was significantly lowerthan the control group (mean p < 0.05). The degree of pain 24-48 h after operation of the observation group was lower than the control group, and the difference was statistically significant (p < 0.05).
CONCLUSIONS: Application of general anesthesia combined with intercostal nerve block analgesia in esophageal surgery can obtain satisfactory postoperative analgesia.Free PDF Download
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J. Peng, S.D. Wang
Effect of anesthesia combined with intercostal nerve block on analgesia for esophageal cancer after operation
Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci
Vol. 19 - N. 12