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Sane S, Mahoori A, Valizad Hassanloei M, Karami N, Moradi T. The effect of colloid use on postoperative nausea and vomiting following gynecologic laparoscopic surgery. JAP 2016; 7 (2) :75-82
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Aim and Background: Nausea and vomiting after surgery takes place in20-30% of patients and these two together are the second most common complains of patients after surgery. We perform this study hoping that use of proper intravascular fluids has a role in decreasing nausea and vomiting after surgery.

Methods and Materials: This clinical trial study was performed on 60 female patients who aged between 20 to 60 years old and with score 1 and 2 of ASA who underwent diagnostic laparoscopy under general anesthesia. Fluids were injected 15 minutes before general anesthesia in all patients. We used 10ml/kg of ringer lactate in crystalloid group, and 10ml/kg  voluven in colloid group. Incidence Frequency of nausea and vomiting during recovery was recorded and collected in special formes of this study.

Findings: According to p-value= 0.121 in Chi-square test which is more than 0.05, nausea variant was not significantly different in two groups. The two study groups were assessed and compared about vomiting incidence which according to p-value=0.136 they did not have any statically significant difference.

Conclusions: In this study we used from voluven to increase intravascular volume which had no statically significant difference in incidence of nausea and vomiting comparing to other group which we used ringer lactate in it.

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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Gynecologic anesthesia
Received: 2016.01.31 | Accepted: 2016.04.17 | Published: 2016.06.29

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