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Comparison of propofol-dexmedetomidine, tiopental-dexmedetomidine and etomidate-dexmedetomidine combinations' effects on the tracheal intubation conditions without using muscle relaxants

Bollucuoglu K. | Hanci V. | Yurtlu S. | Okyay D. | Ayoglu H. | Turan I.O.

Article | 2013 | Bratislava Medical Journal114 ( 9 ) , pp.514 - 518

Background: In our study, we aimed to compare the endotracheal intubation conditions without muscle relaxants during induction with the combinations of dexmedotimidine-propofol, dexmedotimidine-thiopenthal and dexmedetomidine-etomidate. Method: Seventy-six patients, in ASA risk group I-II, between ages 20-60 years, with Mallampati Class 1 were included in the study. All patients were premedicated with midazolam. The patients were randomly divided into three groups as Group P (n=30, dexmedetomidine-propofol), Group T (n=30, dexmedetomidine-thiopenthal), Group E (n=16, dexmedetomidine-etomidate). All patients received dexmedetomidine . . .1 µ in 10 min. Then, the patients were administered 2.5 propofol for Group P, 5 thiopental for Group T and 0.3 etomidate for Group E during induction. Hemodynamic data of the patients were recorded before induction, after dexmedetomidine administration, immediately after intubation and 3, 5 and 10 minutes after intubation. Results: There was no difference between the groups according to hemodynamic data. Sixteen patients in Group P and 10 patients in Group T had acceptable intubation conditions. Muscle relaxant was needed in 14, 20 and 16 patients in Groups P, T and E, respectively ( Daha fazlası Daha az

Precipitation in Gallipoli: Sugammadex / Amiodarone & Sugammadex / Dobutamine & Sugammadex / Protamine

Hanci V. | Ali Kiraz H. | ömür D. | Ekin S. | Uyan B. | Yurtlu B.S.

Letter | 2013 | Revista Brasileira de Anestesiologia63 ( 1 ) , pp.163 - 166

[No abstract available]

Dexmedetomidine did not reduce the effects of tourniquet-induced ischemia-reperfusion injury during general anesthesia

Bostankolu E. | Ayoglu H. | Yurtlu S. | Okyay R.D. | Erdogan G. | Deniz Y. | Hanci V.

Article | 2013 | Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences29 ( 2 ) , pp.75 - 81

Ischemia reperfusion injury causes the release of free oxygen radicals. Free oxygen radicals initiate the production of toxic metabolites, such as malondialdehyde (MDA), through the lipid peroxidation of cellular membranes. Following lipid peroxidation, the antioxidant enzyme system is activated against reactive oxygen species (ROS) and attempts to protect cells from oxidative damage. There is a balance between the scavenging capacity of antioxidant enzymes and ROS. Because of this balance, the total antioxidant capacity (TAC) measurement is a sensitive indicator of the overall protective effects of the antioxidants. Alpha2 receptor . . . agonists are effective in preventing hemodynamic reactions during extremity surgeries by preventing the release of catecholamines secondary to tourniquet application. They have also been shown to possess preventive effects in various ischemia-reperfusion injury models. In our study, we examined the effects of dexmedetomidine on tourniquet-induced ischemia-reperfusion injury in lower extremity surgeries performed under general anesthesia. The effects of dexmedetomidine were measured with serum MDA and TAC levels. We studied 60 adult American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) physical status I or II patients undergoing one-sided lower extremity surgery with tourniquet. The patients were randomly divided into two groups. Group D was administered a dexmedetomidine infusion at a rate of 0.1 µg/kg/minute -1 for 10 minutes prior to induction and then at 0.7 µg/kg/hour-1 until 10 minutes before the end of the operation. The control group (Group C) received a saline infusion of the same amount and for the same period of time. General anesthesia was induced with thiopental, fentanyl, and rocuronium and maintained with nitrous oxide and sevoflurane in both groups. Venous blood samples were obtained before the administration of the study drugs (basal) at 1 minute before tourniquet release and at 5 and 20 minutes after tourniquet release (ATR). In both groups, MDA levels decreased at 5 and 20 minutes ATR when compared with the basal values (p < 0.05). TAC levels decreased at 1 and 5 minutes ATR and then returned to basal values at 20 minutes ATR (p < 0.05). In reference to the prevention of lipid peroxidation in tourniquet-induced ischemia-reperfusion injury, the results from the two groups in our study showed that dexmedetomidine did not have an additional protective role during routine general anesthesia. Copyright © 2012, Kaohsiung Medical University. Published by Elsevier Taiwan LLC. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Postoperative analgesic effects of wound infiltration with tramadol and levobupivacaine in lumbar disk surgeries

Ozyilmaz K. | Ayoglu H. | Okyay R.D. | Yurtlu S. | Koksal B. | Hanci V. | Erdogan G.

Article | 2012 | Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology24 ( 4 ) , pp.331 - 335


Evaluation of P wave and corrected QT dispersion in subarachnoid haemorrhage

Hanci V. | Gül S. | Dogan S.M. | Turan I.O. | Kalayci M. | Açikgöz B.

Article | 2010 | Anaesthesia and Intensive Care38 ( 1 ) , pp.128 - 132

The aim of our study was to investigate P wave dispersion (Pwd), QT, corrected QT (QTc), QT dispersion (QTd) and corrected QT dispersion (QTcd) intervals in subarachnoid haemorrhage. Thirty-five subarachnoid haemorrhage patients (Group S) and 35 neurologically normal patients (Group C) were included in this retrospective study. The standard 12 derivations of the electrocardiograms of all patients were analysed and Pwd, QT and QTd intervals were measured. QTc and QTcd intervals were determined with the Bazett formula. There was no significant difference between the study groups according to demographic characteristics, hypertension a . . .nd diabetes mellutus incidences (P >0.05). The Pwd, QT, QTc, QTd and QTcd durations of Group S were significantly longer than those of Group C (P Daha fazlası Daha az

The effects of nitrous oxide on vitamin B12 and homocysteine: Levels in methyltetrahydrofolate reductase gene mutation

Hakimoglu S. | Hanci V. | Hakimoglu Y. | Cicek S. | Yurtlu S. | Okyay R.D. | Ayoglu H.

Article | 2013 | Bratislava Medical Journal114 ( 6 ) , pp.317 - 322

Background: We aimed to investigate the effects of nitrous oxide on plasma total homocysteine and vitamin B12 levels in patients with or without methyltetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHRF) gene mutation. Methods: After obtaining the ethics committee approval and written informed consents of patients, 93 patients between 18-70 years of age scheduled for surgery anticipated to last 1-4 hours were enrolled in the study. Patients with contraindications for nitrous oxide use were excluded. Preoperatively, blood samples were obtained from all patients for the determination of MTHFR gene mutation. Anesthesia induction was achieved with 3 mg.k . . .g-1 of propofol and 1 µ of fentanyl. Anesthesia maintenance was performed with sevoflurane and with a carrier gas composed of 40 % O2 and 60 % N2O. Venous blood samples were obtained after venous canulation, and 24 hours after extubation for the analysis of plasma total homocysteine, vitamin B12 levels. Results: Eighty-one patients were included in the study. Postoperative vitamin B12 levels were found to be significantly lower when compared with their preoperative levels (p<0.05). It was found that MTHRF gene polymorphism had no significant effect on postoperative plasma total homocysteine and serum vitamin B12 levels (p>0.05). Postoperative plasma total homocysteine levels were found to be significantly different between patients with operation times under and over 3 hours (p=0.028). Conclusions: We conclude that MTHRF gene polymorphism had no significant effects on postoperative plasma total homocysteine levels. However, we found that homocysteine levels might rise in patients who received general anesthesia with nitrous oxide for longer than 3 hours (Tab. 7, Ref. 26). Full Text in PDF Daha fazlası Daha az

Effects of dexmedetomidine pretreatment on bupivacaine cardiotoxicity in rats

Hanci V. | Karakaya K. | Yurtlu S. | Hakimoglu S. | Can M. | Ayoglu H. | Erdogan G.

Article | 2009 | Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine34 ( 6 ) , pp.565 - 568

Background and Objective: We evaluated the effects of dexmedetomidine pretreatment on bupivacaine cardiotoxicity in anesthetized rats. Methods: Sixteen Wistar-Albino male rats (300-400 g) were anesthetized with ketamine. Electrocardiographic and invasive blood pressure monitoring were performed, and the results were continuously recorded. The rats were randomized into 2 groups. In group D, rats were pretreated with intravenous dexmedetomidine at a dose of 10 µg/kg (n = 8), whereas in group S, rats were pretreated with intravenous saline (n = 8). Fifteen minutes later, bupivacaine was infused at a rate of 3 mg/kg per minute until car . . .diac asystole occurred. The timing of specific cardiotoxic events (a 25%, 50%, and 75% reductions of mean arterial pressure and heart rate as well as occurrence of the first arrhythmia and asystole) was recorded. Results: Dexmedetomidine pretreatment reduced the heart rates and mean arterial pressures of the rats who received it (P < 0.05). Dexmedetomidine pretreatment before bupivacaine administration also significantly increased the time to the 25%, 50%, and 75% reductions in mean arterial pressure and the time to the 25% and 50% reductions in heart rate (P < 0.05). In addition, dexmedetomidine significantly increased the time to first arrhythmia and time to asystole (P < 0.05) in the rats who received it before receiving bupivacaine. Conclusions: Dexmedetomidine pretreatment delays the effects of bupivacaine cardiotoxicity. Copyright © 2009 by American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Daha fazlası Daha az

Intravenous lipid infusion restores consciousness associated with olanzapine overdose

Yurtlu B.S. | Hanci V. | Gür A. | Turan I.O.

Letter | 2012 | Anesthesia and Analgesia114 ( 4 ) , pp.914 - 915

[No abstract available]

Effects of peroperative intravenous paracetamol and lornoxicam for lumbar disc surgery on postoperative pain and opioid consumption: A randomized, prospective, placebo-controlled study

Bilir S. | Yurtlu B.S. | Hanci V. | Okyay R.D. | Erdogan Kayhan G. | Ayoglu H.P. | Özkoçak Turan I.

Article | 2016 | Agri28 ( 2 ) , pp.98 - 105

Objectives: The aim of the present randomized, placebo-controlled study was to compare postoperative analgesic effects of peroperative paracetamol and lornoxicam administration. Methods: Sixty adult patients with American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) risk classification I-II, who would undergo single-level lumbar discectomy under general anesthesia, were enrolled. Patients were administered either 1000 mg paracetamol (Group P), 8 mg lornoxicam (Group L), or saline (Group C) prior to induction of anesthesia (n=20 for all groups). All patients were administered the same anesthesia induction and maintainance. Postoperative analge . . .sia was maintained with the same analgesic drug in each group. Rescue analgesia was supplied with intravenous meperidine delivered by a patient-controlled analgesia device. Numeric rating score (NRS) results, first analgesic demand time, and cumulative meperidine consumption were recorded postoperatively. Primary outcome was NRS at first postoperative hour. Secondary outcome was measure of opioid consumption during first 24 postoperative hours. Results: At first postoperative hour, NRS of Group L [4 (0-8)] was lower than NRSs of Groups P and C [6(0-7); 6(0-9), respectively; Daha fazlası Daha az

The analgesic effect of dexketoprofen when added to lidocaine for intravenous regional anaesthesia: A prospective, randomized, placebocontrolled study

Yurtlu S. | Hanci V. | Kargi E. | Erdogan G. | Köksal B.G. | Gül S. | Okyay R.D.

Article | 2011 | Journal of International Medical Research39 ( 5 ) , pp.1923 - 1931

This prospective, randomized, placebocontrolled study evaluated the effects of dexketoprofen as an adjunct to lidocaine in intravenous regional anaesthesia (IVRA) or as a supplemental intravenous (i.v.) analgesic. Patients scheduled for elective hand or forearm soft-tissue surgery were randomly divided into three groups. All 45 patients received 0.5% lidocaine as IVRA. Dexketoprofen was given either i.v. or added into the IVRA solution and the control group received an equal volume of saline both i.v. and as part of the IVRA. The times of sensory and motor block onset, recovery time and postoperative analgesic consumption were recor . . .ded. Compared with controls, the addition of dexketoprofen to the IVRA solution resulted in more rapid onset of sensory and motor block, longer recovery time, decreased intra- and postoperative pain scores and decreased paracetamol use. It is concluded that coadministration of dexketoprofen with lidocaine in IVRA improves anaesthetic block and decreases postoperative analgesic requirements. © 2011 Field House Publishing LLP Daha fazlası Daha az

Influence of menstrual cycle on P wave dispersion

Karabag T. | Hanci V. | Aydin M. | Dogan S.M. | Turan I.O. | Yildirim N. | Gudul N.E.

Article | 2011 | International Heart Journal52 ( 1 ) , pp.23 - 26

Female gender is an independent risk factor for some types of arrhythmias. We sought to determine whether the menstrual cycle affects P wave dispersion, which is a predictor of atrial fibrillation. The study population consisted of 59 women in follicular phase (mean age, 29.3 ± 7.7 years) (group F) and 53 women in luteal phase (mean age, 28.1 ± 6.8 years) (group L). The ECGs of 35 patients (mean age, 26.4 ± 4.5) were obtained in both follicular and luteal phase. Both groups underwent a standard 12-lead surface electrocardiogram recorded at 50 mm/s. Maximal (Pmax) and minimal P wave durations (Pmin) were measured. P wave dispersion ( . . .PD) was defined as the difference between Pmax and Pmin. PD was significantly higher in group L than group F (46.6 ± 18.5 versus 40.1 ± 12.7; P < 0.05). Pmin was significantly lower in group L than group F (51.6 ± 12.1 versus 59.1 ± 12.1; P = 0.002). When we compared ECGs in different phases of the 35 patients, PD was significantly higher in luteal phase than follicular phase (53.2 ± 12.3 versus 42.8 ± 10.2; P < 0.05). Pmin was significantly lower in luteal phase than follicular phase (47.6 ± 6.6 versus 56 ± 10.1; P = 0.05). We detected a significant correlation between the day of the menses and PD (r = 0.27; P < 0.05). PD was increased in luteal phase compared to follicular phase, and this difference was more prominent as the days of the cycle progressed Daha fazlası Daha az

Antioxidant vitamins C, E and coenzyme Q10 vs Dexamethasone: comparisons of their effects in pulmonary contusion model

Gokce M. | Saydam O. | Hanci V. | Can M. | Bahadir B.

Article | 2012 | Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery7 ( 1 ) , pp.23 - 26

Background: The goal of our study is to evaluate the effects of antioxidant vitamins (vitamin C and E), Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) and dexamethasone (Dxm) in experimental rat models with pulmonary contusion (PC).Methods: Rats were randomly divided into six groups. Except for the control, all subgroups had a moderate pulmonary contusion. Animals in the group I and group II received intraperitoneal saline, group III received CoQ10 group IV received vitamin C, group V received vitamin E, and group VI received Dxm. Blood gas analysis, serum nitric oxide (NO) and malondialdehyde (MDA) levels as well as . . . superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity assays, bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) fluid and histopathological examination were performed.Results: Administration of CoQ10 resulted in a significant increase in PaO2 values compared with the group I (p = 0.004). Levels of plasma MDA in group II were significantly higher than those in the group I (p = 0.01). Early administration of vitamin C, CoQ10, and Dxm significantly decreased the levels of MDA (p = 0.01). Lung contusion due to blunt trauma significantly decreased SOD activities in rat lung tissue compared with group I (p = 0.01). SOD levels were significantly elevated in animals treated with CoQ10, Vitamin E, or Dxm compared with group II (p = 0.01).Conclusions: In our study, CoQ10, vitamin C, vitamin E and Dxm had a protective effect on the biochemical and histopathological outcome of PC after experimental blunt thorax trauma. © 2012 Gokce et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd Daha fazlası Daha az

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