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2021 ◽  
Vol 37 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Reham Farouk Zittoon ◽  
Eman Youssef Hassan ◽  
Ibrahem Hassan Ibrahem ◽  
Maged Mohamed Baher

Abstract Background Tonsillectomy is one of the most common procedures in otorhinolaryngology practice where analgesics are required for pain-relief especially in children. To compare the efficacy of using peritonsillar infiltration of lidocaine Hcl versus intravenous preincisional lornoxicam in reducing post tonsillectomy pain. Results Prospective, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study. Ninety-nine patients from age 12 to 18 years old, prepared for tonsillectomy. Patients were randomly subdivided into three groups as 33 patient in each group to receive either lidocaine (group 1), lornoxicam (group 2), or saline as a placebo (group 3). Anesthesia was induced using intravenous fentanyl and propofol, while endotracheal intubation was facilitated with rocuronium and maintenance by halothan. Intraoperative bleeding, pain scores, interval until first order for analgesic. The postoperative complications including bleeding, hypoxia, nausea, and vomiting also were observed. Pain scores at rest were significantly lower in group 2 than groups 1 and 3 at all observation times. Similarly, pain scores were lower in group 2 during the first 5 postoperative hours. The mean time for rescue analgesic was 276 min in group 2, 91 min in group 1, and about 60 min in group 3. No significant differences were noted for intraoperative bleeding. Conclusion The use of lornoxicam 16 mg at preoperative phase gave good control of immediate post tonsillectomy pain. Level of evidence 3b


2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
le xie ◽  
Yao Xie ◽  
Guo Mao ◽  
Junlin Jiang ◽  
Ting Yao ◽  
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Abstract BackgroundStroke is the first leading cause of mortality and disability worldwide, and post-stroke spasticity (PSS) is the common complication of stroke. Sangdantongluo Granule, a modern patent Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), is widely used in clinical practice to treat PSS. Whereas, there is limited evidence of effectiveness for Sangdantongluo Granule to treat PSS. This study will evaluate the clinical efficacy and safety of Sangdantongluo granule in the treatment of PSS. MethodsThis multicenter, randomized, double-blind and placebo-controlled study will recruit 132 participants in China who develops PSS 15 days to 90 days after stroke. Participants will be randomly assigned in an equal ratio to receive either Sangdantongluo granule or placebo for 2 months twice a day orally. The primary measure is the Modified Ashworth Scale (MAS), Secondary outcome measures include Compopsite Spasticity Scale (CSS), Simplified Fugl-Meyer Motor Scale (S-FM), National Institute of Health stroke scale (NIHSS), Modified Rankin Scale (mRS), Modified Barther Index (MBI), and Surface electromyography. Adverse events will be supervised throughout the trial. DiscussionThe results of this study will present whether Sangdantongluo granule is clinical effective and safe for managing PSS.Trial registrationClinicalTrials.gov ChiCTR2100044544. Registered on 23 March 2021.


Thyroid ◽  
2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Alexandra M Dumitrescu ◽  
Erin C. Hanlon ◽  
Marilyn Arosemena ◽  
Olga Duchon ◽  
Matthew D Ettleson ◽  
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JBMR Plus ◽  
2021 ◽  
Author(s):  
Björn E. Rosengren ◽  
Jakob Rempe ◽  
Lars Jehpsson ◽  
Magnus Dencker ◽  
Magnus K. Karlsson

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