[Anesthesia for bronchoscopy: application of laryngeal mask airway and "minidose midazolam anesthesia"].

@article{Aoyagi1994AnesthesiaFB,
  title={[Anesthesia for bronchoscopy: application of laryngeal mask airway and "minidose midazolam anesthesia"].},
  author={Masahiko Aoyagi and Akira Nakao and Kazuo Itoh},
  journal={Masui. The Japanese journal of anesthesiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={43 8},
  pages={1226-8}
}
Bronchoscopy distresses most of the patients. Therefore, we combines a small dose of midazolam (ca. 2 mg) with laryngeal mask airway. This method of anesthesia has the following features: (1) mild discomfort, (2) day care, (3) putting bronchoscope in or out easily, (4) mild effect on respiration and circulation, and (5) easy respiratory care. But improper… CONTINUE READING