A drug profile pattern of anaesthetics in various surgical specialities in tertiary care hospital

Author : Monisha MN, Vanendra Yadav S, Priyanka Raj G, Ranjeetha AR, Rashmitha NM

The preoperative period is a stressful experience for majority of the patients undergoing surgery. However, in the current practice the major objective of anaesthetic medication is to ensure comfort of the patient. Here by this study is to analyze and compare pattern of anesthetic medication use in various surgical specialties and compare the pattern of type of anaesthesia used. Data was collected retrospectively from inpatient records of major surgeries in the Department of Surgery, Orthopedics, Obstetrics and Gynecology (Ob.G), Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) and Ophthalmology at MIMS and Teaching Hospital Mandya. Descriptive analysis was used to analyze the data. Microsoft Excel and Microsoft word was used for analysis of data.

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