Study on Effect of Laryngeal Mask Anesthesia and Endotracheal Intubation Anesthesia on Elderly Patients Undergoing Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery

Abstract

Objective: To analyze the effect of laryngeal mask anesthesia and endotracheal intubation anesthesia in elderly laparoscopic gallbladder surgery. Methods: 100 subjects of the experiment came from elderly patients with gallbladder stones admitted from September 2016 to September 2019 in our hospital. There were group A and group B of 50 cases each, and were used tube anesthesia and laryngeal mask anesthesia, then comparing the anesthesia effect. Results: Statistical significance(P<0.05): Air pressure and end-respiratory carbon dioxide partial pressure index changes when immediately after insertion, immediately after removal, 3 minutes after removal; heart rate, mean arterial pressure, airway pressure, and end-expiratory carbon dioxide index changes when 3 minutes after insertion and immediately before removal; blood glucose and cortisol changes when after insertion, immediately before removal and min after removal. No statistical significance(P>0.05): Changes in heart rate, mean arterial pressure, airway pressure, and end-expiratory carbon dioxide indexes before insertion; changes in blood glucose and cortisol indexes before insertion. Conclusion: It is more ideal for elderly patients with abdominal cavity and gallbladder surgery to have laryngeal mask anesthesia, which can effectively keep blood circulation stable and have promotion value.