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Clinical pattern of monoanesthesia with Xe:O2 (70:30) has been studied in 12 anesthesiologists volunteers in comparison with their subjective sensations. Four clinical stages of anesthesia have been identified: paresthesia and hypoalgesia, euphoria and psychomotor activity, analgesia and partial amnesia, anesthesia (analgesia and amnesia). Induction(More)
Hemodynamics and phase structure of the cardiac cycle have been studied, using a technical complex "KO phi OOC", on 12 anesthesiologists volunteers during various stages of Xe anesthesia (70:30). During 30 min anesthesia Xe formed conditions for normalization of hemodynamic changes caused by emotional stress, had no depressive effect on the myocardium,(More)
Basic trends in development of methods and equipment for xenon-saving anesthesia are discussed. Brief description of specifications of equipment for xenon anesthesia is given. Unique models of domestic medical devices are briefly described together with methods of their adaptation to commercial equipment for anesthesia. Prospects in further upgrade of the(More)
30 Wistar rats inhaled a Xe (80%):O2(20%) mixture for 2 hours twice a week on the 1st to 19th days of pregnancy. On the 20th day of pregnancy 70% rats were exposed to euthanasia, the rest of animals were left for labors to study the postnatal course in the progeny. Inhaling the Xe (80%):O2(20%) mixture did not affect either the changes in body mass of(More)
Narcotic effect of inert gas xenon (Xe) was discovered more than 50 years ago. The main causes limiting its clinical application are high price, low availability (in nature the gas is present in scarce amounts), and absence of preclinical trials sufficient for norm-setting documents and further solutions allowing clinical trials of Xe. Results of original(More)
Carboxyperitoneum and traditional forced ventilation of the lungs have a negative impact on external respiration function during laparoscopic operations, leading to impairment of the ventilation device, pressure rise in airways, and decrease in oxygen diffusion and carbon dioxide release. This leads to accumulation of carbon dioxide in the blood and tissue(More)