Others titles

  • Spinal Versus General Anesthesia: Management of Hip Fractures
  • AAOS Guidelines on Hip Fracture Management
  • Spinal Anesthesia Versus General Anesthesia for Hip Fractures
  • Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for the Management of Elderly Hip Replacement Fractures
  • Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for the Management of Elderly Hip Intertrochanteric Fracture
  • Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for the Management of Elderly Hip and Neck Of Femur Fractures
  • Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for the Management of Elderly Hip and Femoral Neck Fractures

Keywords

  • Hip Fractures
  • Spinal Anesthesia for Fractures
  • General Anesthesia for Fractures
  • Anesthesia for Hip Fractures in the Elderly
  • Hip Replacement
  • Intertrochanteric Fracture
  • Neck Of Femur Fracture
  • Femoral Neck Fracture

Spinal VS General Anesthesia Management for Elderly Hip Fractures

This dataset shows strong evidence that supports similar outcomes for general or spinal anesthesia for patients undergoing hip fracture surgery.

Log in to download
Complexity

Get The Data

For getting access to data download links please read and accept the end-user license agreement.
Your Data License
  • Research
    Non-Commercial, Share-Alike, Attribution Free Forever
  • Commercial
    Commercial Use, Remix & Adapt, White Label Log in to download

Description

The work group recognizes that anesthetic techniques described in several of these articles which were published decades ago may have changed when compared with modern methods. In addition, there was significant heterogeneity in the patient populations studied, including multiple studies in which patients were not randomized.
Both general anesthesia and spinal anesthesia carry risks and benefits, which should be assessed on an individual basis. Because both forms of anesthesia appear to have similar mortality profiles, providers can consider specific circumstances that would favor one form or the other for their particular patient.

About this Dataset

Data Info

Date Created

2014-09-05

Last Modified

2014-09-05

Version

2014-09-05

Update Frequency

Never

Temporal Coverage

1971-2003

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS);

Source License URL

Source License Requirements

N/A

Source Citation

N/A

Keywords

Hip Fractures, Spinal Anesthesia for Fractures, General Anesthesia for Fractures, Anesthesia for Hip Fractures in the Elderly, Hip Replacement, Intertrochanteric Fracture, Neck Of Femur Fracture, Femoral Neck Fracture

Other Titles

Spinal Versus General Anesthesia: Management of Hip Fractures, AAOS Guidelines on Hip Fracture Management, Spinal Anesthesia Versus General Anesthesia for Hip Fractures, Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for the Management of Elderly Hip Replacement Fractures, Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for the Management of Elderly Hip Intertrochanteric Fracture, Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for the Management of Elderly Hip and Neck Of Femur Fractures, Spinal Versus General Anesthesia for the Management of Elderly Hip and Femoral Neck Fractures

Data Fields

Name Description Type Constraints
StudyDescription of the previous studies used in this research.stringrequired : 1
OutcomeDescription of the reported outcomes from the participants in the use of anesthesia for the research study.stringrequired : 1
MonthDescription of the duration of the effect of the spinal or general anesthesia.string-
Group_1Description of the type of anesthesia used in the first group.stringrequired : 1
Group_2Description of the type of anesthesia used in the second group.stringrequired : 1
Population_SizeShows the number of participants or population size in a certain group that received the anesthesia.integerrequired : 1level : Ratio
StatisticDescription of the measurable characteristic of a sample population.string-
ResultResults of the study.numberlevel : Ratio
ProbabilityEffectiveness of the result based on the hypothesis of the study.numberlevel : Ratio
Study_P_ValueStatistical significance of the results of the study.string-
FavorsDescription of which method is more effective.stringrequired : 1

Data Preview

StudyOutcomeMonthGroup 1Group 2Population SizeStatisticResultProbabilityStudy P ValueFavors
Casati et al 2003Hypotension requiring crystalloid infusionImmediateUnilateral Spinal Anesthesia with HyperbSingle-agent Anesthesia with Sevoflurane30Risk ratio0.580.08NS
Casati et al 2003Heart Rate15-60 minutes after inductionUnilateral Spinal Anesthesia with HyperbSingle-agent Anesthesia with Sevoflurane30p= 0.01HR significantly lower in Sevoflurane
Casati et al 2003Bradycardia requiring atropineImmediateUnilateral Spinal Anesthesia with HyperbSingle-agent Anesthesia with Sevoflurane30% risk difference20.00.05NS
Casati et al 2003Intraoperative blood loss (mL)ImmediateUnilateral Spinal Anesthesia with HyperbSingle-agent Anesthesia with Sevoflurane30p=0.015Favors Spinal Anesthesia
McKenzie et al 1984Mean (SEM) Blood Loss (mL)ImmediateSubarachnoid BlockadeGeneral Anesthesia148Mean difference16.00.76NS
Valentin et al 1986Blood LossSpinal AnesthesiaGeneral Anesthesia578p<0.001Favors Spinal Anesthesia
Davis et al 1981Blood Loss (mL)ImmediateSubarachnoid BlockGeneral Anesthesia132Mean difference-201.00.0Favors Subarachnoid Block
Sutcliffe et al 1994Incidence of deep vein thrombosisImmediateSpinal AnesthesiaGeneral Anesthesia1333Risk ratio2.170.03Favors General Anesthesia
Sutcliffe et al 1994Incidence of pulmonary embolismImmediateSpinal AnesthesiaGeneral Anesthesia1333Risk ratio1.310.49NS
Koval et al 1998Recover ambulatory ability6 monthsSpinal AnesthesiaGeneral Anesthesia531P>.05NS