The Top 25 Up-To-Date Dissertation Topics In Anaesthesiology
A comparative study into the effectiveness of using variable dosage of intravenous fluid used during a transurethral resection of the prostrate to prevent hyponatremia.
A study into the results of the performance of Nurse anaesthetists in National Board Certification Exams.
The development of a model of Anaesthesiology Care (during and post operative) that can be provided by Physicians and Nurses.
Research into the effect of the use of PCA (patient controlled analgesia) with young patients (under 15) who have undergone hip replacement.
The impact of using an early tracheotomy (in comparison to a late one) on patients who have suffered a severe head injury.
The effect of using a lighter state of anaesthetic (with a spinal block) as opposed to a full general anaesthetic on the recovery and immediate mobility after hip replacement.
Quality of care and patient satisfaction after anaesthesia has been delivered within an office-based surgery.
Research in the effect of bio-feedback prior to surgery and its correlation to the reported post-opt recovery.
The effectiveness of a rectally administered pre-medication in comparison to an orally administered pre-medication in young children.
The positive effect of music-therapy as a tool to reduce sedation and cortisol levels in patients undergoing lower limb arthroscopic procedure under spinal anaesthesia.
An evaluation into the use and effectiveness of a bacteriostatic heat and moisture exchanger in comparison to a non- bacteriostatic exchanger.
A study in to the factors that influence parental anxiety and satisfaction if they are allowed to be present during administration of anaesthesia to their child.
Study into the effectiveness of the percutaneous nerve stimulation for the performance and education of the peripheral nerve block administration.
A comparative study on the prevention of pain by the use of propofol injection of Novocaine; pethidine; dexamethasone and placebo.
A study based on the 2002 paper “Maternal hypo-tension and epidural anaesthesia for Caesarean section”.
Research into the possible current need for anaesthesia during and MRI scan and the possibility of designing and monitoring its protocols.
A study to determine the selection criteria and academic progression for doctors who express an interest in becoming anaesthetists.
A Comparative study in to the use of epidural anaesthesia for caesarean patients with pregnancy induced hypertension.
An evaluation of the use of epidural tramadol and its effects on the duration of the need for postoperative analgesia in urological surgical patients.
A study into the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting in patients undergoing a laproscopic cholecystectomy (a randomised, double-blind placebo-controlled study).
A comparative study into the effects of the use of pre-operative low dose ketamine infusion on postoperative males and females.
A comparative study into the efficiency of graisetron as opposed to droperidsol as a preventative of postoperative nausea and vomiting.
Research into the advantages of using tramadol as a wound filtration in children comparison to bupivacaine.
An evaluation into the use of sedation monitors that are used during conscious sedation procedures during a colonoscopy.
The effectiveness of bi-spectral monitoring as a tool for predicting the recovery time following a procedure that was performed under conscious sedation.