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Effect of Tramadol on Perioperative Shivering in Patients undergoing Spinal Anaesthesia


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1 MVJ MCRH, Bengaluru, India

Incidence of post anaesthesia shivering is high during regional anaesthesia. Shivering is a very unpleasant experience for the patients. Many pharmacological agents used to reduce perioperative shivering such as tramadol, pethidine, dexmeditomidine, amytryptline, morphine.


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Intrathecal Tramadol, Shivering, Spinal Anaesthesia.
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  • Aditi A D, Mamta G P, Swadia V N . Tramadol for control of shivering. (comparison with pethidine). Indian J. Anaesth2007;51(1):28-31.
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  • Effect of Tramadol on Perioperative Shivering in Patients undergoing Spinal Anaesthesia

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Supriya D. Pawar
MVJ MCRH, Bengaluru, India
Manju Vijayan
MVJ MCRH, Bengaluru, India
B. C. Nirmala
MVJ MCRH, Bengaluru, India
P. Somasekharam
MVJ MCRH, Bengaluru, India

Abstract


Incidence of post anaesthesia shivering is high during regional anaesthesia. Shivering is a very unpleasant experience for the patients. Many pharmacological agents used to reduce perioperative shivering such as tramadol, pethidine, dexmeditomidine, amytryptline, morphine.


Keywords


Intrathecal Tramadol, Shivering, Spinal Anaesthesia.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18311/isacon-Karnataka%2F2017%2FFP022