Comparison between cardiovascular effects of adrenaline and phenylephrine associated with lidocaine and the effects of felypressin with prilocaine during intrabucal anesthesia in ASA I patients
OBJECTIVE: Evaluate the cardiovascular effects by infiltration of 1:100.000 epinephrine and 1:2.500 phenylephrine associated with 2% lidocaine compared with the effects by infiltration of 0.03 IU/ml felypressin with 3% prilocaine, during surgery of third molars in ASA I patients.
METHODS: Eighteen patients were divided into two groups. In group I (GI), the effects of epinephrine vs felypressin were evaluated and in group II (GII), the effects of phenylephrine vs felypressin. Cardiovascular parameters: systolic blood pressure (SBP), diastolic blood pressure (DBP), heart rate (HR) and oxygen saturation (SatO2) were measured in pre, trans and post-operative periods.
RESULTS: Statistical analysis (T-TEST) on the cardiovascular parameters demonstrated with significance that, GI: felypressin presented HR average reduction in the postoperative period and SatO2 average reduction in trans and postoperative periods. For GII: felypressin presented SatO2 average reduction in the postoperative period; SBP averages for patients submitted to phenylephrine increased in trans and postoperative periods; and DBP averages for patients submitted to phenylephrine increased in pre and trans-operative periods.
COCLUSION: We can conclude that phenylephrine may lead to increased SBP and DBP and felypressin generated a reduction in HR and SatO2. All these changes were well tolerated by ASA I patients.
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