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Journal:   JOURNAL OF ISFAHAN MEDICAL SCHOOL (I.U.M.S)   2ND WEEK DECEMBER 2017 , Volume 35 , Number 450 ; Page(s) 1405 To 1411.
 
Paper: 

EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF PREEMPTIVE INTRAINCISIONAL INFILTRATION OF MAGNESIUM SULFATE ON POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IN CESAREAN SECTION UNDER SPINAL ANESTHESIA

 
 
Author(s):  JABALAMELI MITRA, HASHEMIAN SEYED MAHMOOD*, DANESH SHAHRAKI AZAR, ZARIN MAKAN MANSOUREH
 
* STUDENT RESEARCH COMMITTEE, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, ISFAHAN UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, ISFAHAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Background: Inadequate pain control has a significant role in maternal and neonatal health in the early postpartum period. It interferes with breastfeeding and has a negative influence on child normal growth. This study aimed to evaluate the preemptive effect of intraincisional infiltration magnesium sulfate on postoperative pain control.
Methods: This was a double-blind randomized prospective clinical trial study involving 64 pregnant women underwent cesarean section, from 2015 to 2016, in Shahid Beheshti and Alzahra hospitals, Isfahan, Iran. Patients were randomly assigned to two equal groups. Patients in the case group received 1 mg of magnesium sulfate in the incisional site. Pethidine was a pain reliever in the follow-up examination. The obtained data, including mean pain intensity, nausea and vomiting, pethidine consumption, blood pressure, heart rate, sedation score, and patient satisfaction were collected and analyzed using repeated measures ANOVA and Man-Whitney tests.
Findings: Mean pethidine consumption was not statistically different between two groups (P=0.850). Mean pain intensity was significantly different only 12 (P=0.024) and 24 (P=0.007) hours after the surgery and it was not significant at other time points (P=0.130). Other parameters were also not statistically significant.
Conclusion: It seems that preemptive intraincisional infiltration of magnesium sulfate could not have a significant effect on postoperative pain and reduction of pethidine use in cesarean section.

 
Keyword(s): CESAREAN SECTION, MAGNESIUM SULFATE, PAIN, PETHIDINE
 
 
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JABALAMELI, M., & HASHEMIAN, S., & DANESH SHAHRAKI, A., & ZARIN MAKAN, M. (2017). EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF PREEMPTIVE INTRAINCISIONAL INFILTRATION OF MAGNESIUM SULFATE ON POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IN CESAREAN SECTION UNDER SPINAL ANESTHESIA. JOURNAL OF ISFAHAN MEDICAL SCHOOL (I.U.M.S), 35(450 ), 1405-1411. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=570045



Vancouver: Copy

JABALAMELI MITRA, HASHEMIAN SEYED MAHMOOD, DANESH SHAHRAKI AZAR, ZARIN MAKAN MANSOUREH. EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF PREEMPTIVE INTRAINCISIONAL INFILTRATION OF MAGNESIUM SULFATE ON POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IN CESAREAN SECTION UNDER SPINAL ANESTHESIA. JOURNAL OF ISFAHAN MEDICAL SCHOOL (I.U.M.S). 2017 [cited 2021July25];35(450 ):1405-1411. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=570045



IEEE: Copy

JABALAMELI, M., HASHEMIAN, S., DANESH SHAHRAKI, A., ZARIN MAKAN, M., 2017. EVALUATING THE EFFICACY OF PREEMPTIVE INTRAINCISIONAL INFILTRATION OF MAGNESIUM SULFATE ON POSTOPERATIVE PAIN IN CESAREAN SECTION UNDER SPINAL ANESTHESIA. JOURNAL OF ISFAHAN MEDICAL SCHOOL (I.U.M.S), [online] 35(450 ), pp.1405-1411. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=570045.



 
 
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