Description: Subjects are selected from DHQ
Hospital Timergara. Subject are included with the meet the following inclusion
procedures, ASA physical status class I and II will be included.
patients who have elective surgeries.
with age above 40 years.
cases and regional procedures.
physical status III and IV
who are not willing to take part in the study
Design: A descriptive cross- sectional
study had used.
Hospital Timergara Dir Lower.
Sampling Technique: Nonrandom-Convenient Sampling.
Size: The entire patient who undergoing throat surgeries
by anesthesia with post-operative Laryngospasm in the specified period had
included and calculated with 80% bound of error and effect size of 0.50 was 75
through software SPSS version 11.
After approval of hospital ethics committee and
informed patient consent data was collected preoperatively by interviewing the
parents or guardian and reviewing of their anesthetic records with prepared
checklist which include age, sex, ASA physical status, type of surgery planned,
type of anesthetic technique and induction agents, status of anesthesia
providers and history of co morbidities were addressed. Intraoperative events
and postoperative complications, interventions and outcome were recorded for
each case. Elective procedures, ASA physical status class I and II were
included while age >40 years, emergency cases and regional procedures were
Total Duration: 05 months
Analysis is done using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS version
16.0) to calculate mean, standard deviation and frequency distribution
according to identifying the frequency of post-operative laryngospasm during
Throat surgeries patients’ age from 15-40 years and determine the frequency of
laryngospasm in the patient having Surgery under General Anesthesia.
Considerations: Written informed consent has been
obtained from the study participants and ward incharge at the commencement of
the study. The aims and objectives of the research were introduced to the
participants and ward incharge. They are informed that their participation will
be voluntary and they will be free to decline from the study at any stage.
Participants will be assured of their confidentiality while they participated
in the study.