|Title:||Comparison of lower concentrations of lidocaine to suppress bucking before extubation during recovery of general anesthesia||Authors:||Wu, T J
Liu, C C
Lin, S Y
Jiang, C J
Hou, W Y
Liang, H C
Hong, P Y
|Issue Date:||Sep-1990||Journal Volume:||28||Journal Issue:||3||Source:||Ma zui xue za zhi = Anaesthesiologica Sinica||Abstract:||
Thirty females, aged 25-50 years old, scheduled for abdominal total hysterectomy were randomly divided to two groups. For patients in group I, 2 mL 1% lidocaine solution was injected through the catheter on the tube to desensitize the trachea while surgeon started to close the peritoneum. In group II, 2 mL 2% lidocaine was used. The peak cuff pressures generated in the awakening group I patients were 49.0 +/- 2.5 cmH2 O (mean +/- SD) which shows greater than that in group II (27.9 +/- 7.2 cmH2 O), p less than 0.01. Bucking before awakening was also evaluated clinically. One hundred % (15/15) in group I patients bucked compared with 13.3% (2/15) in group II patients (p less than 0.01). Gag reflex was preserved in all patients and none suffered from aspiration postoperatively. Intratracheal administration of two mL 2% lidocaine through the catheter of modified endotracheal tube showed significant effect for suppressing bucking during recovery of general anesthesia.
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