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Effects of heated-humidified anesthetic gas in the elderly patients with colorectal cancer during laparoscopic surgery: Randomized controlled trial

Title
Effects of heated-humidified anesthetic gas in the elderly patients with colorectal cancer during laparoscopic surgery: Randomized controlled trial
Authors
Park H.-S.Kang Y.
Ewha Authors
강윤희
SCOPUS Author ID
강윤희scopus
Issue Date
2018
Journal Title
Korean Journal of Adult Nursing
ISSN
1225-4886JCR Link
Citation
Korean Journal of Adult Nursing vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 206 - 215
Keywords
AnesthesiaBody temperatureColorectal neoplasmsLaparoscopy
Publisher
Korean Society of Adult Nursing
Indexed
SCOPUS; KCI scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate effects of heated-humidified anesthetic gas on body temperature, acid-base balance, blood cortisol, and lymphocyte in the elderly patients with colorectal cancer during laparoscopic surgery. Methods: This study utilized an experimental design with a randomized controlled trial. A total of 60 patients with colorectal cancer were randomly assigned to one of two groups: either to the heated-humidified anesthetic gas group or to the usual anesthetic gas group. The following variables were measured: body temperature, acid-base balance, blood cortisol, and lymphocyte. The data were analyzed with independent t-test, x2 test, ANCOVA, and repeated ANOVA using SPSS/WIN 20.0. Results: There was a significant difference in body temperature between the experimental group and the control group during laparoscopic surgery (F=41.18, p<.001). However, no statistically significant differences were found in acid-base balance, blood cortisol, and lymphocyte between two groups. Conclusion: In this study, the body temperature during laparoscopic surgery was more effectively maintained with the heated-humidified anesthetic gas compared with the regular anesthetic gas. Therefore, the heated-humidified anesthetic gas might be considered to maintain the body temperature during laparoscopic surgery especially in the elderly population. © 2018 Korean Society of Adult Nursing.
DOI
10.7475/kjan.2018.30.2.206
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