A Comparison of Three Drug Combinations for Sedation during Middle Ear Surgeries under Local Anesthesia : A Multicentric Randomized Double Blind Study

@inproceedings{Kumar2015ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Three Drug Combinations for Sedation during Middle Ear Surgeries under Local Anesthesia : A Multicentric Randomized Double Blind Study},
  author={Vikas Kumar and Jyotsna Satish Paranjpe and Shishir D. Gosavi and Ruta H. Kulkarni and Rahul Ashok Gosavi and Tanuja M. Kulkarni},
  year={2015}
}
Background: During Middle Ear Surgeries (MES) done under Local Anesthesia (LA), patients may feel discomfort due to noise of suction, manipulation of instruments, positioning of head-neck and sometimes due to pain. A bloodless microscopic field is also essential to facilitate surgical exposure in MES. Various combinations of analgesics and sedatives have been tried to alleviate apprehension of the patients and improve microscopic field which may result into reduction in surgical time. In the… CONTINUE READING

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