Z L Mel'nikova

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Moradol ("Galenika", Yugoslavia)/butorphanol tartrate ("Bristol--Mayers C.", USA)/, a synthetic analgesic representing a new generation of opiate receptors agonists-antagonists, devoid of any narcogenic potential has been used as the only analgesic at all stages of anesthesia during cancer surgery in 26 patients. For premedication moradol was used in a mean(More)
Responses of single neurons in the midbrain tegmentum to stimuli applied to the subthalamic "locomotor region" were recorded extracellularly. In various units the latencies of responses were from 1 to 13 ms. Thresholds of the unit responses usually were not higher than the thresholds for eliciting locomotion. Obtained data evidence for a direct and(More)
Experimental studies performed on 97 alert rats and clinical studies in 930 cancer patients after extracavity surgery have demonstrated the advantage of the elaborated technique of total intravenous anesthesia of patients on spontaneous respiration with microdoses of diazepam, fentanyl, calypsol and droperidol over the current variants of inhalation and(More)
The present-day problem is the development of effective methods of general anesthesia and postoperative anesthesia on the basis of nonopiate central analgesics possessing no hazardous side effects of opiates. A study was made of synthetic analgesics of the last generation as agents for intra- and postoperative anesthesia as compared with conventional(More)
The results of studies on 65 cancer patients operated on under modified neuroleptanalgesia using fenaridine give evidence of a more potent and prolonged analgetic effect of a new Soviet narcotic analgesic fenaridine as compared to fentanyl. Fenaridine ensures stable neuroautonomous protection of the body during cancer surgery and is indicated in prolonged(More)
The study of 65 cancer patients has demonstrated the advantages and disadvantages of tramal as an agent used for the relief of acute and chronic pain syndrome. In 18 patients tramal was used in postoperative analgesia, in 17 patients it was used for the treatment of chronic pain syndrome. It has been shown that in the postoperative period tramal has no(More)