The Comparison of the Use of Spinal Anesthesia with General Anesthesia in Appendectomy Patients at Rumah Sakit Umum Universitas Kristen Indonesia from January 2016 - August 2018

Sirait, Robert Hotman (2020) The Comparison of the Use of Spinal Anesthesia with General Anesthesia in Appendectomy Patients at Rumah Sakit Umum Universitas Kristen Indonesia from January 2016 - August 2018. Solid State Technology, 63 (5). pp. 5088-51. ISSN 0038 111X

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Abstract

Anaesthesia is an essential process before doing surgeries in order to eliminate the pain and ease the surgery process. Spinal anaesthesia and general anaesthesia are two kinds of anaesthesia used for appendectomy patients. Spinal anaesthesia is regional anaesthesia that prevents neurons' pain stimulation to subarachnoid space by using local anaesthesia. In contrast, general anaesthesia is the situation where pain elimination and the loss of consciousness happen temporarily, which are the results of the suppression of the central nervous system. This research is using retrospective study case, which the data is taken from the secondary data in the form of medical records from the spinal anaesthesia and general anaesthesia patients of The Christian University of Indonesia hospital in January 2016 – August 2018. The process of taking data is based on the inclusion criteria. In the inclusion criteria, the patients must be males or females in the age of 17 above and have done the elective surgeries. After the research has been done, it is found that the sum of the appendectomy patients using spinal anaesthesia is more than the ones who are using the general anaesthesia. Based on the sex of the patients, females are more than males in terms of using either spinal anaesthesia or general anaesthesia in the average age of 17-25.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: MEDICINE
Depositing User: Mr. Admin Repository
Date Deposited: 07 Jan 2021 07:50
Last Modified: 16 Jul 2021 13:02
URI: http://repository.uki.ac.id/id/eprint/2983

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