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Last Updated: 21 July 2022

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Quality of recovery in patients administered remimazolam versus those administered an inhalant agent for the maintenance of general anesthesia: a randomized control trial

With remimazolam, total intravenous anesthesia is a common component of health care quality, but no randomized controlled trial has been conducted on the quality of recovery in patients undergoing complete anesthesia. Methods This parallel-group, single-blind randomized control trial at a tertiary care medical center in South Korea was carried out to determine the difference in the quality of recovery between the patients treated remimazolam and those who were given an inhalant anesthetic agent. On postoperative day 1, the QoR-40 score decrement was the most significant outcome measure, relative to the QoR-40 score on the day before surgery. In Group R than in Group D, the decrement of the QoR-40 score was smaller than in Group D. Conclusions: Patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery can recover more fully after intravenous anesthesia maintained with remimazolam, resulting in improved quality of recovery than anesthesia maintained with an inhalant agent.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12871-022-01770-x

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