untitled protocol v1 (protocols.io.kzjcx4n) [dataset]

Xiaoyan Ling, Hongmei Zhou, Yunjian Ni, Cheng Wu, Caijun Zhang, Zhipeng Zhu
2017 protocols.io  
Background Cardiac surgery patients are always companied with several kinds of tachyarrhythmias after admission to intensive care unit (ICU), which highly related to more mortality and morbidity. Dexmedetomidine (DEX) is the popular medicine used for sedation in ICU, whether or not have the antiarrhythmic effect need to be analyzed. Methods Methods The three primary database, such as MEDLINE, Embase(OVID SP) and the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL), were searched, all of
more » ... re searched, all of the English language and randomized-control designed clinical publications comparing DEX to control medicines for sedation after elective cardiac surgery were included. Two independent colleagues conduct data extraction or other quality assessment. Subgroup analysis was carried out by different medicine used or whether or not Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB) applied. All of the tachyarrhythmias happened in atria and ventricles were analyzed.
doi:10.17504/protocols.io.kzjcx4n fatcat:xftvwbtxnbaxbkc7d3ddt3typa