[Comparison of sufentanil-propofol-anesthesia with fentanyl-propofol in major abdominal surgery].

@article{Kietzmann1996ComparisonOS,
  title={[Comparison of sufentanil-propofol-anesthesia with fentanyl-propofol in major abdominal surgery].},
  author={Dr. D. Kietzmann and David E. Hahne and Thomas Allen Crozier and Wolfgang Weyland and Peter Gr{\"o}ger and Hans Sonntag},
  journal={Der Anaesthesist},
  year={1996},
  volume={45 12},
  pages={1151-7}
}
UNLABELLED Major abdominal surgery often leads to a marked sympathoadrenal stress response with high concentrations of plasma catecholomines, hypertension, and tachycardia. We compared the effects of sufentanil-propofol with fentanyl-propofol anaesthesia in a controlled, randomised, double-blind study of 18 ASA I-II patients aged 23-64 years undergoing major abdominal surgery. Study parameters were haemodynamics (heart rate [HR], arterial [ABP], central venous, and pulmonary arterial pressures… CONTINUE READING