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dc.contributor.advisorOchoa Vera, Miguel Enriquespa
dc.contributor.advisorChona Vásquez, Jorge Enriquespa
dc.contributor.authorHernández Gutiérrez, Daniel Enriquespa
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dc.date.issued2016-11-30
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dc.description.abstractLa sedoanalgesia previa a anestesia regional oftálmica es utilizada comúnmente para reducir la ansiedad, el malestar y el dolor asociados con la punción ocular; aunque podría causar disminución de la cooperación del paciente. Se buscó evaluar el nivel de satisfacción que presenta el método de sedoanalgesia con propofol y fentanilo previo a anestesia regional oftálmica para cirugía de catarata. Se midieron como variables de resultado la analgesia por EVA, amnesia a la punción ocular, la satisfacción del anestesiólogo y del cirujano respecto a la sedoanalgesia, la satisfacción del paciente respecto a la misma por EISA. La hipótesis consistió en que las variables de resultado debían tener valores favorables respecto al procedimiento en más del 90% de los casos. Se estudiaron 93 pacientes intervenidos por cirugía de catarata con anestesia regional oftálmica previa utilización de sedoanalgesia con propofol y fentanilo en la Fundación Oftalmológica de Santander. Se realizó un análisis univariado para probar las hipótesis propuestas y un análisis bivariado exploratorio para indagar acerca de asociaciones entre covariables. Se encontró que el 90.32% de los pacientes obtuvo un puntaje mayor a 2 en la escala EISA y para todos los ítems de la escala EISA el porcentaje de pacientes satisfechos no fue significativamente menor de 90%. El 76% de los pacientes presentaron amnesia a la punción siendo la única variable de resultado cuyo porcentaje de desenlace favorable fue significativamente menor de 90%.spa
dc.description.tableofcontentsINTRODUCCIÓN 19 1. MARCO TEÓRICO 22 1.1 ASPECTOS FARMACOLÓGICOS 22 1.2 SEDOANALGESIA PREVIA A PROCEDIMIENTOS 24 1.3 MEDICIÓN DEL NIVEL DE SEDACIÓN, DOLOR Y SATISFACCIÓN CON EL ACTO ANESTÉSICO 25 1.4 ANESTESIA REGIONAL OFTÁLMICA 28 1.5 CIRUGÍA DE CATARATA 30 2. ANTECEDENTES 32 3. METODOLOGÍA 40 3.1 POBLACIÓN Y MUESTRA 40 3.1.1 Tamaño de muestra mínimo 43 3.2 HIPÓTESIS 44 3.3 DISEÑO GENERAL DE LA INVESTIGACIÓN 46 3.4 DEFINICIÓN Y OPERACIONALIZACIÓN DE LAS VARIABLES 48 3.5 PROCESAMIENTO DE LOS DATOS Y ANÁLISIS ESTADÍSTICO 53 4. RESULTADOS 55 4.2 ANÁLISIS UNIVARIADO 56 4.3 ANÁLISIS EXPLORATORIO BIVARIADO 69 4.3.1 Edad. 72 4.3.2 Peso 78 4.3.3 Dosis Fentanilo 85 4.3.4 Dosis Propofol 92 4.3.5 Dolor por EVA inmediato 97 4.3.6 Dolor por EVA posoperatorio 99 4.3.7 Duración 100 4.3.8 Laten 109 4.3.9 Género 113 4.3.10 Nivel ASA 115 4.3.11 Escala de sedación de Ramsay 115 4.3.12 Anestesiólogo 117 4.3.13 Residente Anestesiología 117 4.3.14 Recuerdo a la punción 119 4.3.15 Satisfacción de Anestesiól 120 4.3.15 Satisfacción de Cirujano 123 4.3.17 Ítems de la escala de satisfacción anestésica EISA 124 4.4 CONSIDERACIONES ADICIONALES 126 5. CONCLUSIONES 133 REFERENCIAS 134 ANEXO 141spa
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dc.titleSatisfacción frente a la sedoanalgesía con propofol y fentanilo previa a punción anestésica oftálmica para cirugía de catarataspa
dc.title.translatedSatisfaction with sedoanalgesia with propofol and fentanyl prior to ophthalmic anesthetic puncture for cataract surgeryeng
dc.degree.nameEspecialista en Anestesiologíaspa
dc.coverageBucaramanga (Santander, Colombia)spa
dc.publisher.grantorUniversidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga UNABspa
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dc.publisher.facultyFacultad Ciencias de la Saludspa
dc.publisher.programEspecialización en Anestesiologíaspa
dc.description.degreelevelEspecializaciónspa
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dc.subject.keywordsCataracts (Ophthalmology)eng
dc.subject.keywordsEye surgeryeng
dc.subject.keywordsAnesthesia in ophthalmologyeng
dc.subject.keywordsMedicineeng
dc.subject.keywordsAnesthesiologyeng
dc.subject.keywordsInvestigationseng
dc.subject.keywordsAnalysiseng
dc.subject.keywordsSatisfactioneng
dc.subject.keywordsFentanyleng
dc.subject.keywordsOphthalmic regional anaesthesiaeng
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dc.subject.lembCataratas (Oftalmología)spa
dc.subject.lembCirugía de los ojosspa
dc.subject.lembAnestesia en oftalmologíaspa
dc.subject.lembMedicinaspa
dc.subject.lembAnestesiologíaspa
dc.subject.lembInvestigacionesspa
dc.subject.lembAnálisisspa
dc.description.abstractenglishSedoanalgesia previous ophthalmic regional anaesthesia is commonly used to reduce anxiety, pain and discomfort which are associated with ocular puncture. Even though it could cause patient cooperation reduced. This survey assess the satisfaction level of sedoanalgesia with Propofol and Fentanyl previous an ophthalmic regional anaesthesia for cataract surgery method. This research measured pain about ocular puncture on a verbal analogue scale, ocular puncture amnesia, anesthetist and surgeon satisfaction with sedoanalgesia and also patient's satisfaction by EISA. The hypothesis consisted on variables had favorable values in more than 90 percent of cases. This investigation run a univariate analysis to test hypothesis propounded and a multivariate exploratory analysis to search associations between covariates. We studied 93 patients who had cataract surgery with ophthalmic regional anaesthesia previous sedoanalgesia with Propofol and Fentanyl in the Fundación Oftalmológica de Santander. We found 90,32% of patients obtained a satisfaction value higher than 2 in EISA, and all variables except for ocular puncture amnesia were near to 90 percent of successful cases. Only 76% percent of patients had ocular puncture amnesia, like ocular puncture amnesia reported in the literature.eng
dc.subject.proposalSatisfacción
dc.subject.proposalSedoanalgesia
dc.subject.proposalFentanilo
dc.subject.proposalPropofol
dc.subject.proposalAnestesia regional oftálmica
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