Effects of Steep Trendelenburg Positioning on Intro-ocular Pressure During Surgery for Endometrial Cancer - Robotics Versus Laparotomy
Observational Model: Case Control, Time Perspective: Prospective
Difference in intra-ocular eye pressure in endometrial cancer hysterectomy surgery in robotic versus laparotomy.
Two measurements obtained from each eye while in the following positions:Awake resting in upright (Time 1a) and supine position (Time 1b) before the induction of anesthesia.After the induction of general anesthesia, in the supine position (Time 2).After insufflation of the abdomen with CO2 in the supine position (Time 3).In Trendelenburg position (Time 3a).In deep Trendelenburg position at the end of procedure (Time 4).Anesthetized prior to awakening in the supine position (Time 5).45-60 minutes after awakening in the recovery room in the supine position (Time 6).
Time 1a, Time 1b, Time 2, Time 3, Time 3a, Time 4, Time 5, Time 5, Time 6
David Cohn, MD
Ohio State University
United States: Institutional Review Board
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