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Wakefulness during Cesarean Section after Anesthetic Induction with Ketamine, Thiopental, or Ketamine and Thiopental Combined
- R. R. Schultetus, C. Hill, C. M. Dharamraj, T. Banner, L. Berman
- Anesthesia and analgesia
- 1 July 1986
Thirty-six pregnant women (ASA class I or II) at term who underwent general anesthesia and cesarean section received either ketamine, 1 mg/kg (n = 12); thiopental, 4 mg/kg (n = 13); or a combination… Expand
Plasma Catecholamine and Cortisol Responses to Fentanyl–Oxygen Anesthesia for Coronary-artery Operations
A randomized trial of the effect of midazolam on intraocular pressure.
PURPOSE The effect of midazolam on intraocular pressure (IOP) in adults was studied as an initial step in determining whether it can be used as a preoperative anxiolytic or sedative agent in children… Expand
Catecholamine and cortisol responses to sufentanil-O2 and alfentanil-O2 anaesthesia during coronary artery surgery
- S. Lange, T. Stanley, +4 authors D. Robertson
- Canadian Anaesthetists' Society journal
- 1 May 1983
The effects of alfentanil-O2 and sufentanil-O2 anaesthesia on plasma catecholamines and cortisol were investigated in 32 patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting operations. After… Expand
Optimum levels of CPAP for tracheal extubation of newborn infants
Arterial oxygen tension and functional residual capacity were studied in 16 intubated, spontaneously breathing newborn infants recovering from respiratory disease. Studies were made at 2 cm H 2 O… Expand
The therapeutic application of end-expiratory pressure in the meconium aspiration syndrome.
The effectiveness of end-expiratory pressure (EEP) in relieving hypoxemia in the meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS) was studied in 14 patients with the disorder. These infants demonstrated a direct,… Expand
Fentanyl-Oxygen Anesthesia for Coronary Artery SurgeryPlasma Catecholamine and Cortisol Responses
Tracheal extubation of the neonate at 2 to 3 cm H2O continuous positive airway pressure.
To investigate the efficacy of extubation at higher levels of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), 49 newborns (0.95 to 4.0 kg) were extubated at 2 to 3 cm H2O following 1 to 47 days of CPAP… Expand
Inspiration: expiration ratio Is mean airway pressure the difference?
Mechanical ventilation with different ratios of inspiratory to expiratory times (I:E ratio) and levels of positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) were applied to 9 dogs after the aspiration of fresh… Expand
Plasma catecholamine and cortisol responses to fentanyl--oxygen anesthesia for coronary-artery operations.