Assessment Of Shivering With iSeismograph
This trial is active, not recruiting.
|Sponsor||University of British Columbia|
|Start date||October 2014|
|End date||December 2015|
|Trial size||20 participants|
|Trial identifier||NCT02436174, H14-02480|
Shivering is a common side-effect of epidural anesthesia. In studies to date, the assessment of shivering has been based on a simple scale using descriptive words rather than actual measurements. We believe that we can assess shivering more scientifically by using a novel method to quantify arm movements during shivering.
patients undergoing cesarean under epidural anesthesia
Comparison between physician-reported shivering and measured shivering
time frame: During cesarean delivery
Female participants at least 19 years old.
- epidural in situ
- non-cesarean delivery
|Official title||Assessment Of Shivering With iSeismograph In Parturients Undergoing Surgical Procedures Under Epidural Anesthesia|
|Principal investigator||Simon Massey, MD FRCPC|
|Description||This novel method will allow the investigators to quantitatively assess and measure shivering in obstetric parturients undergoing varying procedures under epidural anesthesia.|
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