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Tricyclic Antidepressive Poisoning with Special Reference to Cardiac Complications
Sixty‐eight cases of tricyclic antidepressive (TCA) poisoning are discussed. Cardiac arrest occurred in 8 patients, preceded by minor ECG‐abnormalities. Five patients died. All cardiac arrests aroseExpand
THE TRACHEOTOMY TUBE AND POSTOPERATIVE TRACHEOTOMY COMPLICATIONS With Special Reference to Severe Arterial Bleeding Caused by Arrosion of the Innominate Artery
  • M. Lunding
  • Medicine
  • Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
  • 1 September 1964
The features of tracheal arrosion are described on the basis of the literature and own cases. Most previously described cases also revealed damage to the innominate artery. Less frequently, otherExpand
Excretion of phenobarbitone in urine after intake of large doses.
A Clinical Neuropsychological Study of the Postoperative Course after Three Types of Anaesthesia
In a double‐blind study, 57 patients were anaesthetized with either Althesin®, thiopentone, or fentanyl combined with diazepam for cystoscopies. One and a half and four hours after the administrationExpand
Arterial Oxygen Tension and Acid‐Base Status During Thoracic Anaesthesia
Oxygen tension and acid‐base status were measured during thoracic anaesthesia in 46 patients, divided in five groups according to the anaesthetic technique and inspired oxygen concentration used.Expand
Respiratory Depression and Morphine Concentration in Serum after Epidural and Intramuscular Administration of Morphine
The ventilatory response to carbon dioxide and the serum level of free morphine were measured in six adult patients scheduled for operation under lumbar epidural analgesia. The investigation wasExpand
Serum Diazepam and Serum Creatine Kinase after Intra‐muscular Injection of Diazepam in Two Different Vehicles
Serum diazepam concentration and serum creatine kinase activity (serum CK) were measured in 35 patients (who were divided into three groups (A, B, and C)), over a period of 24 hours afterExpand