Ketamine/propofol versus fentanyl/propofol for sedating obese patients undergoing endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)

@inproceedings{Hasanein2013KetaminepropofolVF,
  title={Ketamine/propofol versus fentanyl/propofol for sedating obese patients undergoing endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)},
  author={Riham Hasanein and Wael Mahmoud Elsayed},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Objective This study was conducted to compare two techniques of sedation for obese patients undergoing ERCP, using either ketofol or fentanyl–propofol as regards propofol consumption, recovery time, patients’ satisfaction, and sedation-related adverse events. Materials and methods Two hundred obese patients were randomly allocated to one of two groups; ketamine/propofol (ketofol) group KP ( n  = 100) or fentanyl/propofol group FP ( n  = 100). The level of sedation was adjusted to… CONTINUE READING

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