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Epidural Morphine With Butorphanol for Postoperative Analgesia After Cesarean Delivery
Epidural morphine has been used more and more to provide long-lasting postoperative analgesia after cesarean delivery. However, the incidence of pruritus (20%-93%) and nausea (17%-60%) detract fromExpand
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Effect of thiopental induction on sympathetic activity.
Several recent studies with different anesthetic agents have reported increases in plasma norepinephrine concentration during induction. To determine if induction with intravenous injection ofExpand
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Induction of Anesthesia with Halothane Increases Plasma Norepinephrine Concentrations
: In seven unstimulated, unmedicated patients given halothane/O2 via face mask, plasma norepinephrine concentration increased 15 min after induction and returned to control at 45 to 60 min. ChangesExpand
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Data regarding blood drawing sites in patients receiving intravenous fluids.
Intravenous fluids were infused into the forearms of 18 volunteers. Baseline hematologic and serum biochemical profiles were obtained from each volunteer prior to starting the IV. After theExpand
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Effect of Thiopental Induction on Sympathetic Activity
Several recent studies with different anesthetic agents have reported increases in plasma norepinephrine concentration during induction. To determine if induction with intravenous injection ofExpand
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Induction of Anesthesia with Halothane Increases Plasma Norepinephrine Concentrations
In seven unstimulated, unmedicated patients given halothane/O2 via face mask, plasma norepinephrine concentration increased 15 min after induction and returned to control at 45 to 60 min. Changes inExpand
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