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The aim of our study is to determine the quality of postoperative analgesia by using of Perfalgan (injectable paracetamol)--alone or in combination with other analgesics for different operations in obstetric and gynecology. We have evaluated 60 women, divided into four groups each one of 15 according to the kind of surgical intervention: section cesarean,(More)
The aim of the study is analgesia of patients in urologic practice with unusual (subanesthetic) ketamine doses from 0.5 to 1 mg/kg body mass. It was applied in 50 men 50 to 70 years of age for the period 1986-1988--in 40 for transurethral resection (TUR) and in 10 for urethrotomy. The average duration of the operative interventions was 25 minutes. After(More)
A follow-up of 180 women was carried out. The patients having endured different gynecological operations (laparoscopy, laparohysterectomy, etc.) were divided into two main groups: half of them were treated with Dynastat (new selective COX-2 inhibitor) and the others were treated with Profenid (conventional nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug). The groups(More)
The aim of our study is to compare analgesic effect of single dose Profenid (Sanofi-Aventis)--100 mg administered per rectum or intravenously in woman endured gynecological laparoscopy (LS). We have evaluated 40 woman (divided into two groups each one of 20) sustained planned laparoscopy in department of gynaecology. The effect of administered Profenid over(More)
It is an actual problem how to treat acute postoperative pain by using nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Modern concepts for perioperative administration of these drugs are very important for the usual practice. The possibilities for optimal application of nonselective or selective COX-2 inhibitors are examined in this review.
We tested the hypothesis that diprivan/ketamine (D/K) anesthesia would offer advantages compared to midazolam/ketamine (M/K) in patients undergoing minor gynecological surgery. After patient written consent, 60 healthy women, which were scheduled for elective termination of pregnancy were randomly allocated into two groups. Operating conditions, recovery,(More)
The aim of our study is to estimate advantages and disadvantages of some antibacterial drugs which were used for prevention from infections in the early postoperative period. Our study is retrospective and involved all women which were undergoing different operations in department of gynaecology for the period January 2000 until June 2004. Due to a large(More)
Eighty urological patients, divided in two equal groups, are anesthesized using two anaesthetic combinations: small dose kaliposol + etomidate, or diazepam. The obtained results point to a stability of the arterial pressure and pulse rate and prompt recovery, rendering the kalipsol-etomidate combination an alternative to the kalipsol-diazepam one which is(More)