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Patienters postoperativa besvär i halsen efter thoraxkirurgi vid video- respektive direkt laryngoskopi – En prospektiv enkätstudie

Tjärdahl Schött, Eva LU and Jabur Juul-Möller, Barbara LU (2015) ANSM50 20151
Department of Health Sciences
Abstract (Swedish)
Syfte: Syftet med denna studie var att undersöka skattad smärta, heshet och allmänt obehag i halsen postoperativt hos patienter som genomgått thoraxkirurgi och som intuberats med hjälp av video- respektive direkt laryngoscopi. Hypotesen var att patienter som intuberats med videolaryngoscopi skattade mindre halsbesvär än patienter som intuberats med direkt laryngoscopi.

Metod: I denna prospektiva enkätstudie ingick 105 patienter som opererats på thoraxkliniken i Lund. Frågor ställdes av personalen innan operationen och cirka två timmar efter extubering med hjälp av en enkät som utformats för studien.

Resultat: Av de 105 deltagarna intuberades 46 med videolaryngoscopi och 59 med direkt laryngoscopi. Inga signifikanta demografiska... (More)
Syfte: Syftet med denna studie var att undersöka skattad smärta, heshet och allmänt obehag i halsen postoperativt hos patienter som genomgått thoraxkirurgi och som intuberats med hjälp av video- respektive direkt laryngoscopi. Hypotesen var att patienter som intuberats med videolaryngoscopi skattade mindre halsbesvär än patienter som intuberats med direkt laryngoscopi.

Metod: I denna prospektiva enkätstudie ingick 105 patienter som opererats på thoraxkliniken i Lund. Frågor ställdes av personalen innan operationen och cirka två timmar efter extubering med hjälp av en enkät som utformats för studien.

Resultat: Av de 105 deltagarna intuberades 46 med videolaryngoscopi och 59 med direkt laryngoscopi. Inga signifikanta demografiska skillnader kunde ses mellan grupperna och ingen skillnad i halsbesvär.

Slutsats: Ingen signifikant skillnad kunde ses i postoperativa halsbesvär relaterat till intubationsmetod. Detta kan dock ha berott på metodologiska brister. (Less)
Abstract
Objective: The objective of this study was to examine estimated pain, hoarseness and discomfort in the throat of patients who had gone through thoracic surgery and had been intubated using video- or direct laryngoscopi. The hypothesis was that the estimated throat problems of patients who had been intubated using videolaryngoscopi would be less than that of those who had been intubated using direct laryngoscopi.

Method: This prospective survey had 105 participants who had gone through thoracic surgery at the thoracic clinic in Lund. The survey questions were asked by the staff before surgery and approximately two hours after extubation using a questionnaire designed for the study.

Results: Of the 105 participants 46 were intubated... (More)
Objective: The objective of this study was to examine estimated pain, hoarseness and discomfort in the throat of patients who had gone through thoracic surgery and had been intubated using video- or direct laryngoscopi. The hypothesis was that the estimated throat problems of patients who had been intubated using videolaryngoscopi would be less than that of those who had been intubated using direct laryngoscopi.

Method: This prospective survey had 105 participants who had gone through thoracic surgery at the thoracic clinic in Lund. The survey questions were asked by the staff before surgery and approximately two hours after extubation using a questionnaire designed for the study.

Results: Of the 105 participants 46 were intubated using videolaryngoscopi and 59 using direct laryngoscopi. No significant demographic differences could be seen between the groups and no difference regarding throat problems.

Conclusion: No significant difference regarding throat problems could be seen between the groups based on method of intubation. However, this could have been the result of methodologic shortcomings. (Less)
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Tjärdahl Schött, Eva LU and Jabur Juul-Möller, Barbara LU
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ANSM50 20151
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H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
videolaryngoskopi, direkt laryngoskopi, postopertiva besvär, halsont, smärta, heshet, obehag
language
Swedish
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5462899
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2015-06-16 15:53:55
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2015-12-14 13:21:36
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  abstract     = {Objective: The objective of this study was to examine estimated pain, hoarseness and discomfort in the throat of patients who had gone through thoracic surgery and had been intubated using video- or direct laryngoscopi. The hypothesis was that the estimated throat problems of patients who had been intubated using videolaryngoscopi would be less than that of those who had been intubated using direct laryngoscopi.

Method: This prospective survey had 105 participants who had gone through thoracic surgery at the thoracic clinic in Lund. The survey questions were asked by the staff before surgery and approximately two hours after extubation using a questionnaire designed for the study. 

Results: Of the 105 participants 46 were intubated using videolaryngoscopi and 59 using direct laryngoscopi. No significant demographic differences could be seen between the groups and no difference regarding throat problems. 

Conclusion: No significant difference regarding throat problems could be seen between the groups based on method of intubation. However, this could have been the result of methodologic shortcomings.},
  author       = {Tjärdahl Schött, Eva and Jabur Juul-Möller, Barbara},
  keyword      = {videolaryngoskopi,direkt laryngoskopi,postopertiva besvär,halsont,smärta,heshet,obehag},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Patienters postoperativa besvär i halsen efter thoraxkirurgi vid video- respektive direkt laryngoskopi – En prospektiv enkätstudie},
  year         = {2015},
}