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JARMS. 2013; 5(4): 396-398


Navin Budania, Bhardwaj Vinod, Saharan Savita, Sharma Priyamvada, Kumar Amit, Goyal Ankur ABSTRACT This study was carried out in S.N. Medical College, Agra and private hospitals and clinics near S.N. Medical College to analyze the usefulness of fluoroqu

*Duggal Geetika, Mehta Vibha, Sumitra, Kochhar S. K..

Abstract
Prehydrating patients by infusing a crystalloid or colloid solution for prevention of spinal induced hypotension has been practiced routinely. Several studies has been done to determine the efficacy of preloading. Each study has its own experiences. To experience the same we studied 100 patients of age group between 30-60 years of ASA physical status I &II and divide them into groups of fifty each .In group I 500 ml Ringer lactate(crystalloid) was infused and in group II 500ml polygeline(colloid) was infused. Baseline heart rate and Mean arterial pressure were recorded at 2min.,4min.,6min.,8 min.,10 min.,20 min.,30 min.,60 min. and 2 hours. Hypotension was defined as 30% decrease or less than 100 mmHg from baseline systolic blood pressure and was treated with mephenteramine 3 mg boluses. The study revealed 56 patients in group I showed hypotension as against 22 patients in group II.The difference observed was statistically significant.

Key words: Polygeline, Hypotension, Spinal anaesthesia



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