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Midazolam. A review of its pharmacological properties and therapeutic use.
A combination of properties make midazolam a useful addition to the benzodiazepine group, useful for anaesthetic induction in poor-risk, elderly and cardiac patients and suitable for long term infusion as a sedative and amnestic for intensive care.
- J. Dundee
- MedicineReactions Weekly
- 1 November 1971
Present clinical experience proves the superiority of ketamine compared to other well-accepted and perhaps better understood intravenous agents, and it is recommended that patients are kept in the recovery room until they can orientate themselves in space and time.
Sensitivity to propofol in the elderly
Marked sensitivity to propofol in the elderly with respect to both induction dose and acute toxicity is revealed, which is being evaluated for induction of anaesthesia.
Effect of stimulation of the P6 antiemetic point on postoperative nausea and vomiting.
- J. Dundee, R. Ghaly, K. Bill, W. N. Chestnutt, K. Fitzpatrick, A. Lynas
- MedicineBritish journal of anaesthesia
- 1 November 1989
In women, premedicated with nalbuphine 10 mg, undergoing minor gynaecological operations under methohexitone-nitrous oxide-oxygen anaesthesia, invasive ACP markedly reduced the incidence of vomiting and nausea in the first 6 h after operation, compared with untreated controls.
The clinical assessment of pain.
Traditional Chinese acupuncture: a potentially useful antiemetic?
Manual needling for five minutes at the P6 acupuncture point (Neiguan) resulted in a significant reduction in perioperative nausea and vomiting in the 50 patients who underwent acupuncture compared with the 75 patients who received no acupuncture.
ANAESTHESIA AND PREMEDICATION AS FACTORS IN POSTOPERATIVE VOMITING
Patients having a standard operative procedure in constant surroundings formed the population for a study of some factors influencing postoperative vomiting and nausea. With constant premedication…
Studies of drugs given before anaesthesia XXVI: lorazepam.
Oral lorazepam in doses of 2.5-5.0 mg was a reliable, effective sedative which could be recommended for routine preanaesthetic medication, provided rapid recovery was not essential.
P6 Acupressure Reduces Morning Sickness
- J. Dundee, F. B. Sourial, R. Ghaly, P. Bell
- MedicineJournal of the Royal Society of Medicine
- 1 August 1988
Pressure at the Neiguan point appears to have a specific therapeutic effect in preventing morning sickness and when the data are adversely ‘weighted’ to compensate for the lower incidence of fully completed returns in the active treatment groups, only the P6 group show a significant reduction in sickness.
Alterations in response to somatic pain associated with anaesthesia. X: Further studies with inhalation agents.
Hypotension was a common finding with this mixture of pethidine, chlorpromazine and promethazine and its severity and duration was such as to out-weigh any advantages it might have for use in premedication.