[Peculiarities of the course of the postoperative period depending on the method of general anesthesia].Anesteziol Reanimatol. 2012 Jan-FebAR
Through a series of tests (Mini-Mental State Examination scale, drawing clock test, the test for memory 10 words) carried on a study of cognitive functions in perioperation period in children aged from 6 to 10 years. There were examined 45 patients, undergoing short-term operational interventions in the clinic of urology. The children were divided into 3 groups depending on the type of anesthesia carried out. Assessment of the adequacy of anesthesia was carried out with traditional methods by intra-operation monitoring of the dynamics determined blood pressure: systolic, diastolic, and mean, SaO2, heart rate. As a result of the carried out research it is established, that the maximum changes of cognitive functions in perioperation period were in patients of the 3rd group, which held a combined general anesthesia with the use of sevorane, fentanyl, and subnarcotic doses of ketamine. This is confirmed by the obtained dynamics in carrying out the above-mentioned tests.