Group A: Twenty patients who receive lumbar spinal anesthesia with dose of 0.04mg/cm height. Group B: Twenty patients who receive lumbar spinal anesthesia with dose of 0.05mg/cm height. Group C : Twenty patients who receive lumbar spinal anesthesia with dose of 0.06mg/cm height.
Exclusion criteria for the study included: Patient refusal to consent (absolute), infection in the patients back near the proposed site of the injection, coagulation disorder :-( defined as PT: > 18 sec, PTT: >40 sec, I.N.R: > 1.5, clotting time: >8 min, platelet disorder: platelet count: < 100.000, bleeding time: >4 min, HELLP Syndrome: - (defined as Hemolysis, Elevated Liver enzymes, Low Platelet count), receiving any anticoagulant drugs, preexisting neurological disease or psychic patients, history of cardiac and respiratory system failure, known allergy to local anesthetics drugs, coexisting renal disease and eclamptic patients.
On arrival to the operating room, all patients were continuously monitored with electrocardiography, non invasive blood pressure and pulse…show more content… If inadequate spinal anesthesia occurs general anesthesia is used for patients and they will exit from the