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The Effect of Ketamine on the Functional Residual Capacity in Young Children
It is concluded that ketamine does not affect resting lung volume in young children and anesthetized children following elective surgery. Expand
Capnography in the early diagnosis of carbon dioxide embolism during laparoscopy
A transient but rapid rise inFetCO2 is suggested as a useful early sign of venous CO2 embolism during laparoscopy during elective diagnostic laparoscope in a healthy adult female. Expand
Fentanyl anesthesia in familial dysautonomia.
- B. Beilin, C. Maayan, E. Vatashsky, D. Shulman, I. Vinograd, H. Aronson
- Anesthesia and analgesia
The search, therefore, continues for an anesthetic technique that produces a more stable hemodynamic status that is based on the cautious use of volatile anesthetics together with exogenous catecholamines in order to provide stability of the cardiovascular system. Expand
Functional residual capacity in healthy preschool children lying supine.
- E. Bar-Yishay, D. Shulman, C. Beardsmore, S. Godfrey
- The American review of respiratory disease
- 1 April 1987
Functional residual capacity (FRC) was measured by the closed-circuit helium dilution method in 41 supine healthy children 1 month to 8 yr of age and no significant difference between the sexes was found. Expand
Respiratory Mechanics and Intrinsic PEEP during Ketamine and Halothane Anesthesia in Young Children
It was concluded that, in children anesthetized with ketamine, Crs is significantly greater than that in childrenAnesthetizing with halothane, and the resultant prolongation of ± and decreased Te/τ with ketamines anesthesia lead to increased PEEPi. Expand
Partial forced expiratory flow-volume curves in young children during ketamine anesthesia.
- D. Shulman, E. Bar-Yishay, C. Beardsmore, B. Beilin, S. Godfrey
- Journal of applied physiology
- 1 July 1987
It is concluded that dysanapsis is not a prominent factor in children of this age group, and the similarity of the regression equation for VmaxFRC vs. height to that of FRC versus. Expand
Anaesthetic Considerations in Facial Reconstruction for Down'S Syndrome
- B. Beilin, A. Kadari, Y. Shapira, D. Shulman, J. T. Davidson
- Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
- 1 January 1988
Only one patient had an intraoperative complication, an episode of ventricular dysrhythmia, but postoperatively 9 patients required nasopharyngeal airways or endotracheal intubation in order to maintain a patent upper airway. Expand
Comparison of the single breath and volume recruitment techniques in the measurement of total respiratory compliance in anesthetized infants and children.
Both tests are simple, reliable, and rapid and give similar results for Crs in spontaneously breathing children (59-89 cm in height) anesthetized with halothane. Expand
Pulmonary barotrauma during cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
The use of the Robertshaw demand valve has been discontinued in the Israeli Emergency Medical Services ambulances because of concerns that it may generate excessively high airway pressures during normal use or when malfunctioning. Expand
Pneumoperitoneum as the presenting sign of pulmonary barotrauma during artificial ventilation
A case of massive pneumoperitoneum and scrotal pneumatocele is presented which is attributed to pulmonary barotrauma after excluding other causes. Expand