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Multimed

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CAMACHO VELIZ., Idalmis et al. Dorsal nerve block of the penis in postoperative analgesia in phimosis surgery. Hermanos Cordové Pediatric Hospital. April 2017-2018. Multimed [online]. 2020, vol.24, n.5, pp.1009-1021.  Epub 07-Sep-2020. ISSN 1028-4818.

Introduction:

Achieving adequate postoperative analgesia in pediatric surgery has become one of the most important objectives of contemporary anesthesia, for which different methods are used, including blocking sensitive nerves.

Objective:

to describe the results of the dorsal nerve blockage of the penis for postoperative analgesia of phymosis surgery.

Methods:

A prospective comparative descriptive study was carried out at the Hermanos Cordové Pediatric Hospital in the city of Manzanillo in the period from April 2017 to 2018. Whose universe consisted of 80 patients entered and surgically surgically surgery electively in phymosis surgery, randomly divided into two groups to which the technique of general anesthesia and blockage of the dorsal nerve of the penis was applied and another group was given the general anesthesia technique combined with opioids.

Results:

the ethereal group that had the highest incidence of cases was the 4-6 year in the study group for 52.5%and in the control group of 7-9 years for 47.5%. The average age in the study group was 4.77 with a DE+_1.95 and the control group found an average of 5.95 with a DE +_ 2.16, no complications related to the technique and 36 patients had no pain (90%).

Conclusions:

we can consider it to be an anesthetic technique with minimal complications, favoring short-term anesthetic recovery, which is reflected in early discharge, reducing hospital stay and reducing family and institutional costs.

Palabras clave : Penis; Phimosis; Analgesia; Nerve block.

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