To compare and contrast the recovery profiles of various anesthetic techniques used in ambulatory anorectal surgery
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Aim: To compare and contrast the recovery profiles of various anesthetic techniques used in ambulatory anorectal surgery. Material and methods: The current research comprised 120 participants who were getting ready for anorectal surgery. All of the patients were divided at random into three research groups: Patients in Group A had ambulatory anorectal surgery while under spinal anesthesia, whereas those in Group B had it done under local anesthetic instead, and those in Group C had it done under general anesthesia. Patients with negative history of any known drug allergy, Patients with negative history of diabetes and hypertension and Patients with negative history of presence of any form of malignancy. Results: 120 patients in total were analyzed for the current research. In the current investigation, the average time spent under anesthesia was 75.19±4.55 minutes, 45.85±3.98 minutes, and 80.11±6.64 minutes, respectively, for participants in groups A, B, and C. Surgery took an average of 28.14± 3.25 minutes, 27.15± 3.74 minutes, and 27.87± 48 minutes on the patients in groups A, B, and C, respectively. The average length of time patients in groups A, B, and C spent in the hospital was 265.85±10.25 minutes, 135.85±12.22 minutes, and 260.58±10.59 minutes, respectively. Conclusion: It is possible to draw the conclusion that the use of local anesthetic is the procedure that yields the best results in terms of the recovery profile of patients who are having ambulatory anorectal procedures. However, more research is strongly encouraged.
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