the Effect of Oral Vasopressors for Liberation From IV Vasopressors in Spinal Shock
The Effect of Oral Midodrine Versus Oral Desmopressin Acetate Use for Liberation From IV Noradrenaline in Intensive Care Unit Patients Recovering From Spinal Shock .
the study is developed to evaluate the effect of use of oral vasopressors (midodrine versus
minirin) on weaning ICU patients from IV vasopressors (noradrenaline) and compare between
them for efficacy in shortage the duration of IV vasopressor and has low complications and
liberation the patient from IV vasopressors with maintaining hemodynamics.
Midodrine Oral Tablet
Study Arms / Comparison Groups
Description: midodrine group will receive midodrine 10 mg PO q8hr with gradual weaning of IV noradrenaline after receiving 4 doses of oral midodrine
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October 15, 2020
January 28, 2021
Primary Completion Date
January 1, 2021
- Age of 18 - 60 years.
- Patients of both genders.
- Patients diagnosed by spinal shock and they are in the recovery stage .
- Patient refusal.
- Anuric or oliguric patients or patients with chronic kidney disease.
- Patients with allergy to medication included in the study.