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Effects of enhanced recovery after surgery in anesthetic management on immune function in patients / 临床麻醉学杂志
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-493514
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ABSTRACT
Objective To compare the effects of intraoperative anesthetic management on im-mune function between enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS)and traditional approach in laparo-scopic rectal surgery.Methods Clinical data of 90 laparoscopic rectal surgery in Shanxi Provincial People’s Hospital from January 2013 to January 201 5 were prospectively analyzed.90 cases (male 5 1 cases,female 39 cases,aged 48-70 years,ASA grade Ⅰ-Ⅲ)were randomly divided into two groups (n = 45 each)using a random number tableERAS group (group A,n = 45 )and control group (group B,n = 45 ).In group A patients were treated with epidural general anesthesia,maintaining perioperative normothermia,perioperative goal-directed fluid therapy and patient controlled epidural analgesia,while in group B routine anesthetic management and patient controlled intravenous analgesia were used.The levels of blood CRP and IL-6,CD3 + ,CD4 + ,CD8 + ,CD4 +/CD8 + on the first day before operation,the first day and the third day after operation were recorded.Results The blood CRP and IL-6 levels in two groups were increased on the third day after operation(P <0.05), however the increase was more significantly in group A than in group B (P <0.05).Compared with the first day before operation,CD3 + ,CD4 + ,CD8 + and CD4 +/CD8 + levels in two groups were de-creased on the third day after operation(P <0.05),on the third day group A decreased significantly, which was more than that in group B(P <0.05).Conclusion In the relief of operative stress and the protection of immune function through enhanced recovery after surgery in anesthetic management.

Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: The Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology Year: 2016 Type: Article
Full text: Available Index: WPRIM (Western Pacific) Language: Chinese Journal: The Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology Year: 2016 Type: Article