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Title

EVALUATING THE EFFECT OF SLEEP DISORDERS ON OPIOID CONSUMPTION DURING GENERAL ANESTHESIA

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 Start Page 36 | End Page 42

Abstract

 Introduction: This study was performed with the aim of comparing the dosage of opioid consumption for induction and maintenance of anesthesia in people with and without sleep disorder.Materials and methods: In this cohort study for patients who candidate for cataract surgery, Pittsburgh sleep quality questionnaire was completed and based on the results, patients were divided into 2 groups of normal, and sleep disorder. The same protocol was used for induction and maintenance of anesthesia in all patients. Total dose of fentanyl consumption was calculated and recorded.Results: 70 patients with the mean age of 63.8 ± 10.7 years were entered (67.1% female).Demographic and baseline characteristics of the patients were not significantly different between normal and sleep disorder groups. Fentanyl consumption for induction and maintenance of anesthesia were lower in the sleep disorder group compared to the normal g roup, but the difference was not statistically significant (p<0.070).Conclusion: Based on the findings of this study, it seems that although patients with sleep disorders need a lower dose of opioids for induction and maintenance of anesthesia during surgery, compared to those who are normal in this regard, the difference is not statistically significant.

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