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Chloroprocaine Spinal Anesthesia for Cervical Cerclage

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Chloroprocaine Spinal Anesthesia for Cervical Cerclage (CP Spinal)

This study aims to determine whether or not spinal anesthesia with the local anesthetic drug, chloroprocaine, wears off faster than the local anesthetic drug, bupivacaine, and results in faster discharge from the post-anesthesia care unit after surgery.

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Drug - Chloroprocaine

Administered as a single injection or continuously through an indwelling catheter - 50 mg

Drug - Bupivacaine

A dextrose Solution is usually given as an injection - 9 mg (1.4 ml)

Drug - Fentanyl

15 mcg Fentanyl will be included int he spinal anesthetic in both groups

Drug - Saline

Preservative free normal saline (0.3 ml) to bring the volume to ~ 2 ml

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Chloroprocaine Versus Bupivacaine Spinal Anesthesia for Cervical Cerclage

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NCT02862912

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