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Bilgen S., Koner O., Ture H., Menda F., Ficicioglu C., Aykac B.
MINERVA ANESTESIOLOGICA, vol.78, pp.442-449, 2012 (SCI-Expanded)
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Caesarean section, Anesthesia, general, Ketamine, Morphine, ANALGESIC REQUIREMENT, PREEMPTIVE ANALGESIA, EPIDURAL MORPHINE, SECTION, SURGERY, INDUCTION, HYPERALGESIA, HYSTERECTOMY, COMBINATION, THIOPENTONE
Acibadem Mehmet Ali Aydinlar University Affiliated:
Background. Ketamine is an analgesic suitable for the induction of anesthesia during Caesarean delivery. This double blind, randomized trial examined the effect of intravenous ketamine used before the induction of general anesthesia on morphine consumption, immediate and long term postoperative pain after Cesarean delivery.