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نوع مدرک : TF
زبان مدرک : فارسی
شماره رکورد : 67057
شماره مدرک : ‭پ۵۳۵۲۹‬
شماره راهنما : ‭ت۲۶۲۷‬
سر شناسه : مریخی اردبیلی، امیر
عنوان اصلي : بررسی نقش عوامل احتمالی موثر در وقوع کمردرد بعد از انجام آنستزی اسپاینال در اعمال جراحی اندام تحتانی
نام عام مواد : [پایان‌نامه]
نام نخستين پديدآور : /امیر مریخی اردبیلی
نام ساير پديدآوران : ؛استاد راهنما: مهدی فتحی
نام ساير پديدآوران : ؛استاد مشاور: محمد علیپور
عنوان ديگر : عنوان به انگلیسی‭Evaluating the relation between anesthetic method and developing back pain after lower extremity operations :‬
وضعيت نشر : دانشگاه علوم پزشکی مشهد، ‭۱۳۹۱‬، دانشکده پزشکی
صفحه شمار : ‮‭[۹۰]‬ ص.‬: نمودار
يادداشت : چکیده فارسی، چکیده انگلیسی
يادداشت : چاپی
خلاصه يا چکيده : ‭Background: Despite many advances in anesthesiology, the relation between general or spinal anesthesia and back pain as one of its complication is still in doubt. The aim of this study is to evaluate the incidence of back pain after general and spinal anesthesia to find effective factors in developing back pain. Method: In a randomized clinical trail, 148 patients with the mean age of 35.50‬▒‭Whitney and chi square test. Results: The incidence and average severity of back pain among all participants were respectively 35.80 and 15.95 in the first week, 7.40 and 2.43 in the 4th week, and 1.4 and 0.27 in the 8th week after surgery. The incidence and average severity of back pain in the group with spinal anesthesia were 39.2 and 18.11 , 12.2 and 3.92 , and 2.7 and 0.54 , respectively in the first, 4th, and 8th week after surgery. In the group with general anesthesia, these figures were respectively 32.4 and 13.78 in the first week and 2.7 and 0.95 in the 4th week after surgery. No back pain was reported in the 8th week. The incidence and severity of back pain in the first week showed significant difference between the two groups. Conclusion: Spinal anesthesia could be probably considered as the sole effective factor in the development of back pain after operation. Other evaluated factors, including age, gender, height, weight, body mass index (BMI), surgical positioning number of try for spinal anesthesia ,inter vertebral space for puncture and needle size, Keywords: Back pain; spinal anesthesia; lower extremity -test, Mann-13.34 years were included. Participants were divided into two groups: the first group (74 patients) received general anesthesia and the second group (74 patients) underwent spinal anesthesia. The incidence and severity of back pain were assessed on the first, 4th and 8th week after surgery. Data were analyzed using SPSS software (version16) with t‬
 
 
 
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