A randomized clinical trial of intrathecal magnesium sulfate versus midazolam with epidural administration of 0.75% ropivacaine for patients with preeclampsia scheduled for elective cesarean section

@article{Paleti2018ARC,
  title={A randomized clinical trial of intrathecal magnesium sulfate versus midazolam with epidural administration of 0.75\% ropivacaine for patients with preeclampsia scheduled for elective cesarean section},
  author={Sophia Paleti and P. K. Prasad and B. S. Lakshmi},
  journal={Journal of Anaesthesiology, Clinical Pharmacology},
  year={2018},
  volume={34},
  pages={23 - 28}
}
Background and Aims: Magnesium sulfate and midazolam have been used as adjuvants to local anesthetics via intrathecal and epidural routes to augment the quality of block and prolong postoperative analgesia. This study compares addition of intrathecal magnesium sulfate versus intrathecal midazolam to epidurally administered isobaric ropivacaine as a part of combined spinal epidural technique in pre-eclamptic parturients undergoing elective cesarean section. Material and Methods: After… Expand
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