M L Hartigan

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To assess the efficacy of potential substitutes for cocaine as a topical anesthetic before nasal intubation, the authors performed a double-blind study comparing the hemodynamic effects of blind nasotracheal intubation in 75 patients receiving one of three nasal sprays: 4% cocaine (C), a mixture of 3% lidocaine in 0.25% phenylephrine (L-P), and 0.25%(More)
The authors determined the cardiovascular effects of blind nasotracheal intubation in four randomized groups of 25 patients each. After induction of anaesthesia with IV thiopentone 4 mg X kg-1, patients in group A received no pretreatment, while patients in group B received IV lidocaine 1.5 mg X kg-1. Three minutes before induction, patients in group C(More)
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