L Dzidziguri

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The most difficult questions in pediatric anesthesiology still remain relevant at surgeries to correct congenital maxilla-facial pathologies, accompanied by severe respiratory distress, speech and auditory sensation. For a long time the anesthetics were widely used among the neonatal and young children with extreme care due to their indicated suppressive(More)
For the elimination of postoperative complications, which are evident in infants with congenital palatine and upper lip cleft after halothane anesthesia during standard premedication (Atropine, Dimedrol) the usage of agents of benzodiazepine group with anti-hypoxic effects is advised. The latter may modulate the blocked ion channels by neuromediators, which(More)
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