caudal anaesthesia

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Synonyms for caudal anaesthesia

regional anesthesia resulting from injection of an anesthetic into the caudal end of the spinal canal

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The main disadvantage of caudal anaesthesia is the short duration of action after a single injection of local anaesthetic solution.
Caudal anaesthesia was performed under aseptic conditions in the left lateral position with 23 gauge needle using a standard loss of resistance technique.
This occurred in a five-month-old infant in whom transient laryngospasm was noted during performance of caudal anaesthesia.
An increase in the HR or MAP within 15 minutes of skin incision indicated failure of caudal anaesthesia.
Bupivacaine is the most frequently used local anaesthetic for caudal anaesthesia in children that provides reliable and long-lasting anaesthesia and analgesia.
Heart rate (HR), Systolic blood pressure (SBP), and Peripheral arterial saturation (SPO2) were recorded before the induction of anaesthesia and every 5min after the placement of caudal anaesthesia till the end of surgery.
Danielli L, Linder A et al studied caudal anaesthesia for TURP.
Caudal anaesthesia under sedation: a prospective analysis of 512 infants and children.
Various randomized control trial done so far shows encouraging results for its use in intravenous sedation, as adjuvants in spinal, (8,9) epidural, (10) caudal anaesthesia, (11) Studies by Brummett et al.
Could adding magnesium as adjuvant to ropivacaine in caudal anaesthesia improve postoperative pain control.
Jonex R D, Gunawardene W M, Yeung C K, A comparison of lignocaine 2% with adrenaline 1:200000 and lignocaine 2% with adrenaline 1:200000 plus fentanyl as agent for caudal anaesthesia in children undergoing circumcision.