Qin Dongquan, Ling Yuping, Sun Xuedong, Bai Lijuan, Huang Huageng
Department of Anesthesiology, Nanning Second People's Hospital, Nanning, Guangxi, China
Anesthesia is necessary in painless gastroscopy, and it is very important to select anesthetic drugs reasonably. Anesthetic drugs commonly used in painless gastroscopy are propofol and opioid analgesics. In this study, 170 patients with inflammation were selected and the combined analgesic effects of propofol and different opioid analgesics were further analyzed from the aspects of inflammatory factors, stress indicators, adverse reactions and anesthetic effects through randomized controlled study. The study found that the analgesic anesthetic effect of propofol combined with piperidine hydrochloride was better. Therefore, it can be seen that for patients with painless gastroscopy, propofol combined with piperidine hydrochloride can be used for labor anesthesia, so as to realize painless examination and further prolong the analgesic anesthetic time, which is of great significance.
no opioid anesthesia; esophageal cancer; complications; effects
Qin Dongquan, Ling Yuping, Sun Xuedong, Bai Lijuan, Huang Huageng. Effect of opioid anesthesia on radical postoperative complications in patients with esophageal cancer. Academic Journal of Medicine & Health Sciences (2023) Vol. 4, Issue 10: 73-77. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJMHS.2023.041012.
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