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Fast-track anesthesia in patients undergoing outpatient laparoscopic cholecystectomy: comparison of sevoflurane with total intravenous anesthesia.
This prospective and randomized study compared general anesthesia using sevoflurane with propofol-remifentanil-based total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) for fast-track eligibility in patients undergoing outpatient laparoscopic cholecystectomy with regard to postanesthesia care unit bypass rate and postoperative problems. Expand
Investigation of Effects of Epidural Anaesthesia Combined with General Anaesthesia on the Stress Response in Patients Undergoing Hip and Knee Arthroplasty.
- Yeliz Sağlık, D. Yazicioğlu, Osman Çiçekler, H. Gümüş
- Turkish journal of anaesthesiology and…
- 16 February 2015
It is suggested that epidural anaesthesia combined with general anaesthesia suppressed the stress response, which was evaluated with ACTH, cortisol levels and haemodynamic parameters; however, this method was ineffective to attenuate the increase in glucose and insulin levels. Expand
Spinal Anaesthesia with Hyperbaric Prilocaine in Day-Case Perianal Surgery: Randomised Controlled Trial
- Ozden Gorgoz Kaban, D. Yazicioğlu, T. Akkaya, M. Sayin, D. Şeker, H. Gumus
- 14 October 2014
Day-case spinal anaesthesia withhyperbaric prilocaine + fentanyl is superior to hyperbaric bupivacaine in terms of earlier sensory block resolution and home readiness and the surgical conditions are comparable for perianal surgery. Expand
Addition of lidocaine to bupivacaine for spinal anaesthesia compared with bupivacaine spinal anaesthesia and local infiltration anaesthesia
Two spinal anaesthesia techniques were compared with local infiltration anaesthesia (LIA) to test the hypothesis that the addition of lidocaine to bupivacaine would decrease the spinal block's… Expand
Comparison between two anatomic landmarks using ultrasonography in spinal anesthesia: a randomized controlled trial
- Ibrahim Ozturk, B. Kılıc, +5 authors Habip Yılmaz
- Current medical research and opinion
- 28 June 2016
It is concluded that the tenth rib line is better than Tuffier’s line for accuracy with palpation, however, it must be confirmed by further studies including more than one examiner for palpation and also include different patient populations. Expand
Addition of lidocaine to levobupivacaine reduces intrathecal block duration: randomized controlled trial.
- D. Yazicioğlu, T. Akkaya, Ercan Sonmez, H. Gumus
- Brazilian journal of anesthesiology
- 1 May 2014
Addition of low dose lidocaine to hyperbaric levobupivacaine reduces the duration of the intrathecal block provided by hyperbarics levob upvacaine, which can be used to reduce the spinal block duration for relatively short procedures like TUR-P. Expand
A retrospective evaluation of the effect of patient position on postdural puncture headache: is sitting position worse?
The study concludes that the patient position during spinal anesthesia performance does not affect postdural puncture headache incidence, and one of them may be preferred according to theexperience of anesthesist. Expand
Prosthetic repair of umbilical hernias in adults with local anesthesia in a day-case setting: a comprehensive report from a specialized hernia center
The repair of umbilical hernias with local anesthesia in a day-case setting is a good option, with low infection and recurrence rates, and higher total volume and higher lidocaine doses were required for the repair of recurrent hernia repair. Expand
Factors determining the doses of local anesthetic agents in unilateral inguinal hernia repair
This prospective study showed the feasibility of local anesthesia in elective inguinal hernia repair in all patient groups with different characteristics, and the mean and maximum doses of local anesthetic agents were well within safety limits, even in recurrent and large hernias. Expand
Tizanidine for the management of acute postoperative pain after inguinal hernia repair: A placebo-controlled double-blind trial
- D. Yazicioğlu, C. Çaparlar, T. Akkaya, U. Mercan, H. Kulaçoğlu
- European journal of anaesthesiology
- 1 March 2016
The addition of tizanidine to the postoperatively pain therapy after herniorrhaphy decreased postoperative pain and analgesic consumption and improved return to normal activity and quality of life. Expand