A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HAEMODYNAMIC AND RECOVERY CHARACTERISTICS OF DESFLURANE VERSUS SEVOFLURANE IN PATIENTS UNDER GOING LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY

Dr. Ankita Bhensdadia, Dr. Namrata Shah, Dr. Rajan Patel, Dr. Sreetha Reddy

Abstract


Laparoscopic surgeries are minimal invasive surgery very popular now a days as a day care surgery as it provide early
mobilization, shorter hospital stay. The main drawback is intra-operative hemodynamic instability due to
pneumoperitoneum. Therefore, anesthesiologist must choose anesthetic agent which provide hemodynamic stability and rapid recovery.
Inhaled anesthetics with low blood: gas partition contributes to faster induction and emergence from anesthesia. Both Desurane and Sevourane
have low blood: gas partition coefcient 0.42 and 0.65 respectively .We conducted the study to know which of these two agents contributes to
faster recovery and hemodynamics. CONCLUSION- Desurane and Sevourane provide stable intraoperative hemodynamic, however early and
intermediate recovery is signicantly faster in Desurane group than Sevourane group.


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