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Sub-hypnotic propofol at the end of open abdominal surgery as part of multimodal approach for PONV is recommended. Postoperative nausea and vomiting PONV is one of the most common and unpleasant symptoms affecting patients undergoing abdominal surgery under general anaesthesia. It is also associated with complications such as gastric aspiration, bleeding, dehydration, wound dehiscence and delayed hospital discharge.

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The aim of this study was to assess the effect of a sub hypnotic dose of propofol on the occurrence and severity of PONV after open abdominal surgery under general anaesthesia. All episodes and severity of PONV during the first 24 h after anaesthesia were evaluated.

The overall incidence of PONV was ificantly lower in propofol group than the non-propofol group during the first six postoperative hours There was a ificant reduction in of patients needing rescue anti-emetic during the first six postoperative hours in propofol group when compared with none-propofol group [5 There were no ificant differences between the groups with regard to their haemodynamic parameters and manifestations of respiratory depression. Administration of a sub hypnotic sub intravenous dose of propofol was effective in reducing the incidence and severity of PONV, and the need for rescue anti-emetic during the first six postoperative hours in patients undergoing open abdominal surgery under general anaesthesia.

We recommend the use of 30 mg propofol at the end of open abdominal surgery as part of multimodal approach for PONV. Download PDF Download full issue. Add to Mendeley Share.

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Under a Creative Commons. Abstract Background Postoperative nausea and vomiting PONV is one of the most common and unpleasant symptoms affecting patients undergoing abdominal surgery under general anaesthesia. Objective The aim of this study was to assess the effect of a sub hypnotic dose of propofol on the occurrence and severity of PONV after open abdominal surgery under general anaesthesia.

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Conclusion and recommendation Administration of a sub hypnotic intravenous dose of propofol was effective in reducing the incidence and severity of PONV, and the need for rescue anti-emetic during the first six postoperative hours in patients undergoing open abdominal surgery under general anaesthesia.

Keywords Propofol. NIBP Non-invasive blood pressure. RCT Randomized clinical trial. PACU post-anaesthesia care unit. Spo2 peripheral oxygen saturation.

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