Jurnalul de Chirurgie
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ANESTHETIC TEHNIQUES AND POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING DENTAL CARE UNDER DAY-STAY GENERAL ANESTHESIA IN PATIENTS PRESENTING NEUROPSYCHIC DISORDERS
Otilia Boişteanu (1,2), Maria Voroneanu (2)
(1) PhD student „Gr. T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iaşi
(2) Oral and Maxillo Facial Surgery Clinic
Jurnalul de chirurgie 2011; 7 (2): 256-263
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Abstract:

The study aimed to compare the incidence of complications throughout the first 24 postoperative hours in those patients known with neuropsychic disorders, whose dental care was run under day-stay general anaesthesia using propofol and sevoflurane. The general anaesthesia techniques consisted in the usage of propofol and sevoflurane on 86 patients with neuropsychic disorders, not eligible for local anaesthesia techniques and pre-treated with benzodiazepines during pre-anaesthesia. The trial imposed to analyze the anaesthetic charts, which comprised data like patients’ age, gender, ASA class, type of dental treatment and duration of anaesthesia and operation as well. Studied patients were allocated in two groups, as related to the used anaesthesia type and the incidence of complications that occurred during the 24 post treatment hours was noticed. The postoperative monitoring charts recorded the recovery time (Aldrete Scale), discharge time and postoperative complications. In the studied patients, agitation and pain occurred more frequently in sevoflurane treated group. No significant differences were recorded between patients groups for nausea and vomiting, bleeding, screaming and drowsiness. The recovery time was shorter in the sevoflurane anesthetized patients. Postoperative hospitalisation time was identical in both groups. Anaesthesia techniques based on propofol and sevoflurane are safe and therefore indicated for ambulatory dental care in those patients known with neuropsychic disorders.

KEY WORDS: PROPOFOL, SEVOFLURANE, PATIENTS WITH NEUROPSYCHIC DISORDERS

Correspondence to: Dr. Otilia Boişteanu, doctorand Universitatea de Medicină şi Farmacie „Gr. T. Popa” Iaşi, e-mail:



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