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Intravenous tramadol compared to propacetamol for postoperative analgesia following thyroidectomy.
- M. Dejonckheere, L. Desjeux, S. Deneu, P. Ewalenko
- Acta anaesthesiologica Belgica
- 1 February 1998
We compared the efficacy and side effects of propacetamol (P), an injectable prodrug of acetaminophen, 2 g and tramadol (T), a weak synthetic opioid, 1.5 mg.kg-1, given intravenously following… Expand
Predictive accuracy of target-controlled propofol and sufentanil coinfusion in long-lasting surgery.
- P. Pandin, F. Cantraine, P. Ewalenko, S. Deneu, E. Coussaert, A. D’hollander
- 1 September 2000
BACKGROUND The predictive accuracy of target concentration infusions of propofol has been documented only for less than 4 h, and no prospective study of sufentanil target controlled infusion is… Expand
Catheter entrapment by atrial suture during minimally invasive port-access cardiac surgery
PurposeThe port-access approach allows surgeons to perform heart operations through small intercostal openings, or “ports”. This technique requires new skills for anesthesiologists. A pulmonary… Expand