To study the efficiency of synergistic effect of Fentanyl and Bupivacain for pain management in Spinal Anesthesia for caesarean section.
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OPIOID, Agonist, Central Neuraxial block, Aminoamides, Perioperative, sensory Block, Motor Block, Intubation, Laryngoscopy, Receptor, sedation, bradycardia, supraspinal analgesic.

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Shetye, D. P. (2020). To study the efficiency of synergistic effect of Fentanyl and Bupivacain for pain management in Spinal Anesthesia for caesarean section. Ayurline: International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine, 4(04). Retrieved from http://ayurline.in/index.php/ayurline/article/view/388

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In surgical practice role of anaesthesia is very important. Without anaesthesia one cannot think to carry out any surgical intervention.  In ancient period also Sangyanasha had very importance before initiating any Shastrakarma. Acharya Sushruta have also mentioned the importance of preoperative management which reduces patient's stress and anxiety by various methods. In ancient period also specific preoperative management to reduces surgical painful stimuli and to keep patients calm by reducing their anxiety had mentioned by Acharya Sushruta. Laghu Ahara & Tikshna Madya were anaesthetic modalities in that period which produces amnesia as well as preventive measures to avoid shock. Also few references of uses of Ayurvedic drugs like Bhanga, Ahiphena for producing narcosis are also described in ancient Ayurvedic classics.
Here we are going to study the efficiency of synergistic effect of Injection Fentanyl and Injection Bupivacain in Spinal Anesthesia for caesarean section. In caesarean section the main goal is to control the labour pain of the patient and to conduct the painless labour, as it helps to prevent so many complications. During the procedure, there are chances of perioperative hypertension and tachycardia due to the labour pain and anxiety which can be controlled with the synergistic effect of both of these injections. Here we are going to study the mechanism of action of both of these drugs in the pain management and related complications of the caesarean section.

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