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    Retracted anesthesia & perioperative medicine publications

       

    Daniel Jolley.

    5 articles.

    Created March 31, 2016, last updated 11 months ago.


    Collection: 72, Score: 1346, Trend score: 0, Read count: 1346, Articles count: 5, Created: 2016-03-31 00:10:29 UTC. Updated: 2019-07-17 12:01:50 UTC.

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    A growing list of significant retracted publications related to anesthesia.

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    Collected Articles

    • J Bone Joint Surg Am · Jun 2007

      Review Retracted Publication

      Preventing the development of chronic pain after orthopaedic surgery with preventive multimodal analgesic techniques.

      The prevalences of complex regional pain syndrome, phantom limb pain, chronic donor-site pain, and persistent pain following total joint arthroplasty are alarmingly high. Central nervous system plasticity that occurs in response to tissue injury may contribute to the development of persistent postoperative pain. ⋯ The rationale for this strategy is the achievement of sufficient analgesia due to the additive effects of, or the synergistic effects between, different analgesics. Effective multimodal analgesic techniques include the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, local anesthetics, alpha-2 agonists, ketamine, alpha(2)-delta ligands, and opioids.

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    • J Arthroplasty · Jan 2002

      Randomized Controlled Trial Clinical Trial Retracted Publication

      Evaluation of the safety and efficacy of the perioperative administration of rofecoxib for total knee arthroplasty.

      Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) frequently are discontinued before elective total knee arthroplasty (TKA) because of the increased incidence of perioperative bleeding. Rofecoxib, a selective cyclooxygenase 2 inhibitor, does not interfere with the coagulation system and may be a safer NSAID for patients undergoing TKA. ⋯ The administration of rofecoxib resulted in improved preoperative pain scores and no significant increase in the incidence of perioperative bleeding or international normalized ratio compared with placebo. Rofecoxib does not need to be discontinued before elective TKA.

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    • Br J Ophthalmol · Jun 2001

      Randomized Controlled Trial Comparative Study Clinical Trial

      Ramosetron compared with granisetron for the prevention of vomiting following strabismus surgery in children.

      Postoperative vomiting occurs frequently after strabismus surgery in children. Granisetron, a selective 5-hydroxytryptamine type 3 receptor antagonist, is effective for the prevention of vomiting following paediatric strabismus surgery. Ramosetron, another new antagonist of 5-hydroxytryptamine type 3 receptor, has more potent and longer acting properties than granisetron against cisplatin induced emesis. This study was undertaken to compare the efficacy and safety of granisetron and ramosetron for the prevention of vomiting following strabismus surgery in children. ⋯ Prophylactic antiemetic therapy with ramosetron is comparable with granisetron for the prevention of vomiting during 0-24 hours after anaesthesia in children undergoing strabismus surgery. During 24-48 hours after anaesthesia, ramosetron is more effective than granisetron for prophylaxis against postoperative vomiting.

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    • Eur J Anaesthesiol · Mar 2004

      Randomized Controlled Trial Comparative Study Clinical Trial Retracted Publication

      Do we necessarily need local anaesthetics for venous cannulation? A comparison of different cannula sizes.

      This randomized, prospective study was performed to evaluate the efficacy of a subcutaneous local anaesthetic infiltration prior to venepuncture using different cannula sizes. ⋯ Patients profit from a subcutaneous infiltration with mepivacaine 1% prior to intravenous cathetherization only when cannulae of size > or = 16-G are inserted.

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    • Anesth Essays Res · Sep 2015

      Retracted Publication

      Intrathecal dextmedetomidine to reduce shoulder tip pain in laparoscopic cholecystectomies under spinal anesthesia.

      General anesthesia as a technique for laparoscopic cholecystectomies has disadvantage in terms of the stress response, lack of postoperative analgesia and emesis. Regional anesthesia offers advantages over general anesthesia in terms of cost, postoperative analgesia, intact respiratory control mechanism and early ambulation. Shoulder tip pain remains the main concerns that can be alleviated by adding various adjuvants to local anesthetics. ⋯ Intrathecal dexmedetomidine provides stable hemodynamics, excellent sedation and analgesia and abolishes shoulder tip pain.

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