Volume 27, Issue 11 (Monthly-Feb 2017)                   Stud Med Sci 2017, 27(11): 935-941 | Back to browse issues page

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Mahoori A, Sane S, Golmohammadi M, Rezaei H, Mali Z. COMPARISON THE EFFECT OF INTRACUFF ALKALINIZED LIDOCAINE AND LIDOCAINE ALONE ON POSTEXTUBATION COUGH IN LUMBAR LAMINECTOMY SURGERY. Stud Med Sci. 2017; 27 (11) :935-941
URL: http://umj.umsu.ac.ir/article-1-3657-en.html
Department of Anesthesiology, Faculty of Medicine, Urmia University of Medical Sciences, Urmia, Iran , shahryarsane@yahoo.com
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Background & Aims: In general anesthesia, patients’ coughing during and after recovery is an important clinical problem with a prevalence of 15% to 45%. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of alkalinized lidocaine or lidocaine alone into the tracheal tube cuff on post-extubation cough in lumbar laminectomy surgery with general anesthesia.

Materials & Methods: Ninety patients scheduled for lumbar laminectomy in prone position were enrolled in this randomized double-blind prospective study. After tracheal intubation, the tracheal tube cuff was filled with either an alkalinized 2% lidocaine solution or lidocaine alone or 0.9% saline. A logistic regression comprising the two factors was used for analysis. The incidence of sore throat reported by patients and cough 0, 10 and 30 minutes at recovery after extubation.

Results: Intracuff alkalinized 2% lidocaine was superior to lidocaine alone and saline in blunting emergence coughing 10 and 30 minutes at recovery after extubation (P = 0.035- P= 0.005). The incidence of sore throat was significantly lower in the alkalinized 2% lidocaine group at the recovery at 10 and 30 min after extubation(p = 0.001).

Conclusion: The present study showed that the intracuff alkalinized 2% lidocaine was superior to lidocaine alone or saline in decreasing the incidence of emergence coughing and sore throat during the recovery room after extubation.

SOURCE: URMIA MED J 2017: 27(11): 941 ISSN: 1027-3727

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Type of Study: Clinical trials | Subject: Anesthesia

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