A clinical study to compare the clinical efficacy of propofol alone with propofol ketamine combination during ambulatory anesthesia
Keywords:propofol, ketamine, total intravenous anaesthesia, ambulatory (TIVA)
Aim: The present study was conducted to compare the clinical efficacy of propofol alone with propofol ketamine combination during ambulatory anesthesia. Materials and Method: Hospital Based study conducted on 80 patients belonging to ASA I & II, aged between 20-40 yrs, 40 in each group was taken. Group P: Propofol alone Group PK: Propofol ketamine combination. Induction doses, pulse rate, oxygen saturation, systolic, diastolic blood pressure, mean arterial pressure and complication if any were recorded. Result: Induction dose of propofol was decreased in propofol-ketamine combination group. Mean basal systolic blood pressure of propofol alone group was 118.4+/9.36 and in propofol-ketamine group was 117.9+/-8.77 which were statistically comparable. None of the patients experienced emergence delirium in our study. Conclusion: Propofol ketamine combination provides better haemodynamic stability as compared to propofol.
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