Immediate Post-operative Recovery After Regional vs. General Anesthesia

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University of Zurich (UZH)

Status

Completed

Conditions

Outcome

Treatments

Other: Data mining from records

Study type

Observational

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT03047148
BASEC 2016-01869

Details and patient eligibility

About

Early post-anesthesia status of patients emerging from surgery encompasses vital respiratory and hemodynamic parameters as well as subjective signs of well-being such as absence of nausea, vomiting and a low pain level. This investigation intends to compare the rate of postoperative complications in the 2 groups from pair matched patient records after regional anesthesia with otherwise similar patients after general anesthesia.

Full description

It is still unclear whether the immediate post-operative condition of patients after surgery and anesthesia is dependent on the basic anesthesia technique (General vs. regional anesthesia). The patients' post-anesthesia presentation encompasses vital respiratory and hemodynamic parameters as well as subjective signs of well-being such as absence of nausea, vomiting and a low pain level. By pair matching of patient records after regional anesthesia with otherwise similar patients after general anesthesia (control group), the rate of postoperative complications in the 2 groups will be compared. The results of this investigation will help to answer what is the difference in complication rates and wellbeing of patients depending on their previous anesthesia. The results of this study will Show which basic anesthesia technique has more or less early complications.

Enrollment

1,880 patients

Sex

All

Ages

18+ years old

Volunteers

No Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

Records from regional anesthesia cases on adults which have quality control assessment data, plus the same number of matched pairs who had general anesthesia.

Exclusion criteria

Cases with incomplete quality control assessment data.

Trial design

1,880 participants in 2 patient groups

Regional Anesthesia
Description:
Hospital records from patients who have undergone surgery in regional anesthesia.
Treatment:
Other: Data mining from records
General Anesthesia
Description:
Hospital records from patients who have undergone surgery in General anesthesia.
Treatment:
Other: Data mining from records

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