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USE OF SEVOFLURANE DURING ELECTIVE CESAREAN SECTION: A COMPARISON WITH ISOFLURANE FOR GENERAL ANESTHESIA

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Shafiq Ur Rehman Natnoo, Guddi Devi, Ayaz Farooqi, Tahir Rehmatullah, Shruti Sharma and Shahid Mir
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BACKGROUND: General anesthesia is needed for caesarean section in situations such as obstetric emergencies (ecclampsia, acute fetal distress etc) or when spinal anesthesia is contraindicated (patient refusal, thrombocytopenia etc). Regardless of indication, it is desirable to keep dose of volatile anesthetics to a minimum so as to decrease their effects on the neonate without causing a risk of awareness in the mother. OBJECTIVES: To compare efficacy of Sevoflurane 1% and Isoflurane 0.5% as inhalational anesthetic for maintenance of general anaesthesia in cesarean section. PARTICIPANTS: 50 term parturients with ASA II and III planned for elective LSCS under general anesthesia. METHODS: Patients were divided into two groups. Group A received 1% sevoflurane with N2O for maintenance of anesthesia while group B received 0.5% isoflurane with N2O. Bispectral Index (BIS), HR, NIBP, SpO2, EtCO2 and Etsevo/ Etiso were recorded at 16 designated points throughout the procedure. Post-operatively patients were interviewed for any recall of intraoperative events. RESULTS: From the time of skin incision until uterine closure, average values for BIS were higher for group A (Sevoflurane 1%) than for group B (Isoflurane 0.5%) but values in both groups were below 60. From abdominal mopping till the end of procedure, values for group A continued to be higher than that for group B and values in group A reached above 60 in some patients. None of the patients had any intraoperative awareness as confirmed by post-operative interviews. CONCLUSIONS: Isoflurane 0.5% with N2O for maintenance of general anesthesia seems to be adequate for preventing intraoperative awareness during LSCS under while Sevoflurane 1% may be inadequate for maintenance of anesthesia in some patients.

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