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INVESTIGATE THE COMPLICATIONS OF LASER TREATMENT IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CESAREAN SECTION

Mohammadreza Pipelzadeh, Reza Akhondzadeh, Soheila Mokmeli2, Sara Poursalehan*

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Background: One of the significant post-cesarean difficulties is postoperative pain. Laser therapy is one of the practical non-drug methods that have attracted interest recently. Considering the use of laser for relieving pain after cesarean operation, our purpose in this study was to investigate the complications of laser treatment in patients undergoing cesarean operation. Material and Method: This prospective double-blinded clinical trial was carried out during 2012- 2013. The case group was selected from patients visiting the Imam Khomeini Hospital in Ahvaz for elective cesarean operation. After the Ethical Committee of Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences approved the research, 80 pregnant women who satisfied inclusion criteria entered the study after written consent was obtained from them. The extent of nausea, vomiting, and hypotension in the patients was evaluated at the end of the radiation Significance level was set at p<0.05. SPSS 16 was used to analyze the data. Result: The two groups were similar with respect to demographic characteristics (age, weight, and height), and there were no significant differences between them in the duration of the operation. Four patients in the case group and three in the control group experienced nausea and vomiting, but this difference was not statistically significant (p>0.05). Moreover, hypotension developed in three patients in the case group and in two patients of the control group, but the difference was not statistically significant (p>0.05). Conclusions: .In our study, laser had no effect on nausea and vomiting of patients and this indicates its desirable performance. It is suggested to use a larger sample size and study other variables in future research so that we can introduce and recommend the results of this procedure with more documented results.

Keywords: low level laser, cesarean, Nausea and Vomiting, Hypotension.


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