Presentation on theme: "COMPARISON OF EFFECT OF ONDANSETRON Vs PALONOSETRON IN PREVENTION OF POST OP NAUSEA AND VOMITING FOLLOWING ENT SURGERIES Dr.Kaviya.K.J II yr MD Prof. Dr."— Presentation transcript:
COMPARISON OF EFFECT OF ONDANSETRON Vs PALONOSETRON IN PREVENTION OF POST OP NAUSEA AND VOMITING FOLLOWING ENT SURGERIES Dr.Kaviya.K.J II yr MD Prof. Dr. R. Subramaniya Bharathiyar ;Professor and H.O.D Prof. Dr. R. Lakshmi, Associate Professor Prof Dr.Ponnambala Namasivayam, Associate Professor Dr.Carolin von mullai Assistant professor Dept of anesthesiology SMC. Dr.MGR University 2010
BACKGROUND Postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) “big little problem”is a frequent complication of surgery, which can lead to subject discomfort and dissatisfaction as well as considerable subsequent medical and economic consequences. nausea and vomiting within the 24–72 h period occur with an incidence of approximately 30% and 5% respectively. Gupta et al. found a 32.6% incidence of PDNV.15 In the high-risk patients receiving placebo the incidence of PDNV was approximately 60% in the studies by Kovac et al15
Schematic representation of the factors influencing nausea and vomiting
Risk Factors: Patient Specific Female Nonsmoking history Hx of motion sickness or PONV Use of postoperative opioids Simplified Scoring System Incidence of PONV Risk FactorsIncidence 010% 121% 239% 361% 479% Apfel CC et al. Anesthesiology 1999;91:
Chemoreceptor Trigger Zone and Emetic CenterAntagonist Agonist Receptor Site AreaPostrema ChemoreceptorTriggerZone(CTZ) Emetic Center 5-HT 3 RAs 5-HT 3 Promethazine Histamine Atropine Muscarinic Droperidol Dopamine (D 2 ) Nitrogen mustard Cisplatin Digoxin glycoside Opioid, analgesics Vestibular portion of 8th nerve N 2 O GI tract distension Higher centers (vision, taste) Pharynx ParvicellularReticularFormation Mediastinum ? Vagus NK-1 RA Substance P
Palonosetron second generation 5-HT3 RA a unique chemical structure. T1/2 40 hrs Exhibits high binding affinity. allosteric binding and positive cooperativity, induces receptor internalisation Palonosetron mg IV is approved by FDA (PONV) for up to 24 hours following surgery. SIDE EFFECTS: headache (3%), constipation (2%) prolongation of the QTc interval (5%)
Rojas et al. described the unique pharmacology of palonosetron compared with other 5-HT3 receptor antagonists, Tang et al. demonstrated a dose response for palonosetron up to 30 μg/kg, with 1 μg/kg being the lowest effective dose in the first 24 h for PONV Kovac et al.7 and Candiotti et al. At the highest dose studied (0.075 mg), the incidence of vomiting or need for antiemetic treatment was reduced during the first 24 h after surgery by approximately 20%-30% &found a marked reduction in incidence and severity within the first 24 h.7 Kovac et al. demonstrated continued efficacy compared with placebo for 24 to 72 h.
AIM OF THE STUDY The purpose of this study is to investigate Iv palonosetron versus Iv ondansetron medication for the prevention of nausea and vomiting through 72 hours postoperatively in patients undergoing ENT procedures requiring general anesthesia. Primary Outcome Measures: proportion of patients with no emetic episodes in the Time Frame: 0-72 hours post-operatively Secondary Outcome Measures : Proportion of patients with no emetic episodes in different time periods :Time Frame: 0-6 hours, 6-24 hours, hours, Severity of nausea in different time periods Time Frame: 0-6 hours, 6-24 hours, hours,
Study design Interventional Single blind Prospective Randomised Non placebo
PATIENTS AND METHODS: Institutional Ethics Committee approval was obtained Informed written consent was obtained 60 patients belonging to ASA PS 1 &2 undergoing ENT surgeries under general anesthesia were chosen and randomly divided into 2 groups each n=30 Group O received Inj ondansetron 75mcg/kg upto 8mg Group P received Inj Palonosetron 1.5mcg/kg upto 0.075mg 30 minutes before start of surgery
MAIN INCLUSION CRITERIA Male or female patient aged more than 5 years up to 60 years. Inpatient scheduled to undergo surgical procedures requiring general endotracheal anesthesia for ear, nose and throat surgery; American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) physical status I, II Patient scheduled to be hospitalized for at least 72 hours after wake up of surgery
MAIN EXCLUSION CRITERIA History of gastro-esophageal reflux. Patient scheduled to undergo emergency surgery. Patient scheduled to receive propofol during the maintenance phase of anesthesia. Patient with vomiting from any organic cause. Any drug with a potential anti-emetic effect within 24 hours prior to the administration of anesthesia. Any vomiting, retching, or nausea in the 24 hours preceding the administration of anesthesia.
Materials IV cannulae Monitors Drugs for general anaesthesia Drug O Ondansetron 4mg Drug P Palonosetron mg
METHODS Premedication: Inj. Glycopyrolate mg/kg iv, Inj. Midazolam 0.02mg /kg iv, Inj. Fentanyl 2 mcg/kg iv. Anaesthesia was induced with Inj. Thiopentone 5mg/kg iv and Inj succinylcholine 2mg /kg iv Intubated with appropriate sized ETT placement confirmed.
METHODS Anaesthesia was maintained with N2O: O2 70:30%, Isoflurane 1% with controlled ventilation Muscle relaxant Inj Atracurium loading dose of 0.5mg/kg followed by a maintanence dose of 0.1mg/kg was used After adequate spontaneous respiratory effect reversed with Inj neostigmine 50mcg/kg with Inj glycopyrrolate 40mcg/kg. During maintenance of anesthesia Heart rate, Mean arterial blood pressure, ECG Spo2, respiratory rate, end-tidal CO2 concentration,
Post operative: Data collected over 72 hrs post op. No of emetic episodes recorded and time at which it occurred. Emetic episode is defined as single vomit or retch or a combination Complete response: No emetic episode Major response :one emetic episode Treatment failure: 2 or more episode or the receipt of an rescue anti emetic Data recorded & results were statistically evaluated
RESULTS DEMOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION: PALONOSETRON MEAN AGE:24+/-5 [5Yrs-52] SEX:M/F 14/16 ONDANSETRON MEAN AGE 26+/-4 [5yrs-50yr] SEX M/F 15/15
CONCLUSIONS Emesis and nausea female>male Emesis early 0-12 hrs comparable Emesis delayed hrs palonosetron superior Palonosetron superior in controlling nausea Headache symptoms comparable
PROFORMA NAME : AGE/SEX: IP NO: WEIGHT: ASA I II DIAGNOSIS: SURGERY PLANNED: PREMED: TIME OF DRUG ADMINISTERED: TECHNIQUE OF ANESTHESIA: CONDITION AT THE END OF SURGERY: PONV FIRST 2 HRS 2-12 HRS NO OF EMETIC EPISODES NAUSEA Mild moderate severe
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