Jane Dalgleish

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Twenty patients with severe pregnancy induced (PIH) or pregnancy aggravated (PAH) hypertension, undergoing general anaesthesia for Caesarean section were studied. All patients received a standard anaesthetic technique designed to control the potentially dangerous, reflex cardiovascular instability associated with laryngoscopy. The average increase in(More)
Disclaimer The views expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Scottish Executive, Defra or Ministers. Usher OBE FRSE) who have all provided valuable advice and guidance throughout this review. The project was made possible through the provision of funding from the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural(More)
Twenty eight patients were randomly allocated into treatment or placebo groups. The treatment group received a single 400 mg oral dose of acebutolol, the placebo group an identical inert prepation. A blood sample from each patient was subsequently analysed for plasma concentrations of acebutolol and diacetolol, and the electrocardiogram was continuously(More)
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