Dhruv VK, Sahu A, Bansal AK, Shashi Kala Dhruv (Thakur), Baghel B, Viswanadham KK, Bithika Nel Kumar.
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Dhruv V.K.1, Sahu A.2, Bansal A.K.3, Shashi Kala Dhruv (Thakur) 4, Baghel B.2, Viswanadham K. K.2 and Bithika Nel Kumar5,
Dept. of Anaesthesia1, Paediatrics2, Community Medicine3, Pathology4 and Pharmacology5, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur (BASTAR) -494001 –INDIA.
Volume - 3,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2011
Background: For Caesrian section to provide optimal anaesthesia, causing less transpass in to the existing patho-physiology of the mother and child, needs the use of such technique and drugs which have minimal side effects. Research question: Use of Pipe curonium Bromide as an anaesthetic agent, has any bearing, on neonates using Neurological Adaptive Capacity Score. Material and Methods: New Bornes of 85 mothers who have under gone elective and emergency L.S.C.S. were included in the study. Observations: 85%of newborns had an average N.A.C.S. score of 35.37 at 15 minutes, 38.46 to 39.90 at 2 hours and 24 hours intervals, there by depiciting a vigorous neonate with no evidence of cardio respiratory depression or residual effects of neuromuscular blocks drugs. Conclusion: Pipecuronium Bromide is a good muscle relaxant as evaluated by N.A.C.S. System.
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Dhruv VK, Sahu A, Bansal AK, Shashi Kala Dhruv (Thakur), Baghel B, Viswanadham KK , Bithika Nel Kumar. N.A.C.S. In Assessment of Neonatal Status Following Caesarian-Section Under Anaesthesia: Pipecuronium Bromide. Research J. Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics. 3(4): 2011; 207-209.