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Analgesic Effect of Caudal Bupivacaine with or without Clonidine in Pediatric Patient
Journal of Nepal Health Research Council
Caudal analgesia has long been the cornerstone to successful pain management in children undergoing abdominal and lower limb surgeries. Its analgesic duration with single shot injection is however limited. So adjuvants are used with local anesthetics in an attempt to increase the duration of caudal analgesia. This study aims to investigate the duration of analgesia provided by Clonidine when added to caudal Bupivacaine.Methods: A randomized, double blinded, comparative study was conducted on 64doi:10.33314/jnhrc.v16i41.1647 fatcat:ypa3syumxzcdjo5tin7cuszq3u