COMPARATIVE STUDY
JOURNAL ARTICLE
RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Target-controlled infusion anesthesia with propofol and remifentanil compared with manually controlled infusion anesthesia in mastoidectomy surgeries

Naser Yeganeh, Bahman Roshani, Mitra Yari, Afshin Almasi
Middle East Journal of Anesthesiology 2010, 20 (6): 785-93
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Target-controlled infusion (TCI) system is increasingly used in anesthesia to control the concentration of selected drugs in the plasma or at the site of drug effect (effect-site). The performance of propofol TCI delivery when combined with remifentanil in patients undergoing elective surgeries has been investigated. Our aim in this study was to assess the anesthesia profile of the propofol and remifentanil target controlled infusion (TCI) anesthesia as compared to the manually controlled infusion (MCI), in mastoidectomy surgery, where a bloodless field is of utmost importance to the surgeon. Sixty patients, aged 18-60 years ASA I-II enrolled in the study, were divided into two equal groups. Group MCI received propofol and remifentanil by conventional-dose-weight infusion method, and Group TCI received propofol 4 microg/ml and remifentanil 4 ng/ml as effect-site target concentration. The hemodynamic variability, recovery profile, postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV), surgeons satisfaction were assessed. Results were analyzed by SPSS version 11.5. The two groups were comparable with respect to age, ASA class, sex, weight, basal vital signs, operation time. The blood pressure and pulse were above desired levels in some data points in the MCI Group (P < or = 0.05). The PACU stay time to reach Aldret score of 10 was longer in the MCI Group (42.54 +/- 8 vs 59.01 +/- 6 min) (P < or = 0.05). The PONV was more common in the MCI Group (P < or = 0.05). Surgeon's satisfaction of the surgical field showed no significant differences except when described as "good", more common in the TCI Group. TCI is capable to induce and maintain anesthesia as well as MCI. In some stages of anesthesia, the TCI control of vital signs are better than the MCI. In some stages of anesthesia, the TCI control of vital signs are beter than the MCI. Recovery profile and complication rate and surgeon's satisfactions are more acceptable in the TCI than in the MCI Group.

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