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Anesthetic Doses Blocking Adrenergic (Stress) and Cardiovascular Responses to Incision—MAC BAR
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It was concluded that all the anesthetics tested can prevent the neuroendocrine response to skin incision at clinically attainable doses, and comparisons of neuro endocrine stress during surgery require quantitation of anesthetic dose.
Mucociliary Flow in the Trachea during Anesthesia with Enflurane, Ether, Nitrous Oxide, and Morphine
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Tracheal mucociliary flow rates in dogs were measured with a radioactive droplet technique during thiopental anesthesia, and subsequently during enflurane, either, and nitrous oxide-morphine anesthesia on different occasions to the same extent as halothane at equivalent MAC levels.
Epinephrine-induced arrhythmias during enflurane anesthesia in man: a nonlinear dose-response relationship and dose-dependent protection from lidocaine.
TLDR
The data show a protective effect of lidocaine against epinephrine-induced ventricular irritability during en flurane anesthesia and suggest a qualitative as well as quantitative difference between enflurane and other volatile anesthetics in their interaction with epinphrine.
A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF FOUR ANESTHETIC TECHNIQUES FOR RESECTION OF PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA
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A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL of four ANESTHETIC TECHNIQUES for RESECTION of PHEOCHROMOCY and anesthesiology is presented.
Physostigmine and Anesthetic Requirement for Halothane in Dogs
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Data suggest that physostigmine is not an effective antagonist to postoperative somnolence due to halothane anesthesia, presumably by facilitating cholinergie transmission in the CNS; nestigmine does not.
Mucociliary Flow in the Trachea during Anesthesia with Enflurane, Ether, Nitrous Oxide, and Morphine
Tracheal mucociliary flow rates in dogs were measured with a radioactive droplet technique during thiopental anesthesia, and subsequently during enflurane, ether, and nitrous oxide - morphine
Epinephrine-induced arrhythmias during enflurane anesthesia in man: a nonlinear dose-response relationship and dose-dependent protection from lidocaine.
TLDR
The data show a protective effect of lidocaine against epinephrine-induced ventricular irritability during en flurane anesthesia and suggest a qualitative as well as quantitative difference between enflurane and other volatile anesthetics in their interaction with epinphrine.
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