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Muscle Tone under Fentanyl‐Nitrous Oxide Anaesthesia Measured with a Transducer Apparatus in Cholecystectomy Incisions
Fentanyl is a strong, synthetic analgesic which may cause muscular rigidity when administered intravenously. To obtain a quantitative measure of the possible increase in muscle tone after intravenousExpand
Modification of Macintosh Laryngoscope Blade
Modification of Macintosh laryngoscope for difficult intubation
Drs Gilbert et a/. (Anaesthesia 19x7; 42: 1063-9) suggest a satisfactory technique for intravenous sedation for cataract surgery. They are to be congratulated. Scdation for cataract surgery isExpand
Influence of Glucagon on Systolic Time Intervals During Induction of Anaesthesia with Barbiturate
The systolic time intervals and calculated parameters of PEP/LVET (pre‐injection period/left ventricular ejection time‐ratio) and 1/PEP2 before and after induction of anaesthesia with the barbiturateExpand
[Extreme obesity and anesthesia].
  • M. Ibler
  • Medicine
  • Ugeskrift for laeger
  • 12 November 1973
The Effect of the Short‐Acting Barbiturate Enibomal (Narcodorm®) on Systolic Time Intervals
The systolic time intervals were studied in 16 surgical patients without heart disease between 29 and 75 years of age by a non‐invasive technique before and after an induction dose of enibomalExpand
[Blood glucose levels in patients after preoperative fasting].