ARG NÄR MAN VAKNAR - en observationsstudie om relationen mellan emergence agitation och anestesidjup hos barn mellan 1-3 år.
Sammanfattning: Background: Every year over 30600 children in Sweden undergoes surgery. Up to 80% of these children experiences emergence agitation. Previous research shows that the choice of hypnotics used during the operation is of great importance for the occurrence of Emergence Agitation. However, there is almost no research on how the anesthetic depth affects how the children feel postoperatively.Aim: The purpose of this study is to observe the incidence of emergence agitation (EA) related to burst-suppression (BS) in children between 1-3 years old who have undergone general anesthesia with or without regional anesthesia.Methods: A quantitative observational study was conducted by observing children undergoing surgery and documenting vital signs, BIS values and the different drugs used under the surgery.Results: In the analysis of the collected data cannot see any connection between the depth of anesthesia and occurrence of Emergence Agitation. The patients who are troubled by emergence agitation are all of female sex and have undergone the same type of surgery. Conclusions: The study has shown tendencies that are consistent with previous research where the type of surgery and pain appear as a predictor of emergence agitation. To be able to safely describe anesthetic depth measurement with BIS in children, continued research is required where patients are followed for a long time postoperatively in order to fully study the effects of the anesthetic depth.
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