[Hemodynamic and effects of preoperative sedation with the diazepam-droperidol combination].

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Central venous or pulmonary arterial catheterisations under local analgesia before induction of anaesthesia may act as noxious stimuli likely to increase systemic arterial pressure and cardiac rate. This prospective study aimed to assess the value of an association of diazepam and droperidol for sedation, so as to prevent such haemodynamic disturbances… (More)

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@article{Lehot1986HemodynamicAE, title={[Hemodynamic and effects of preoperative sedation with the diazepam-droperidol combination].}, author={J. J. Lehot and Luc Quintin and Olivier Bastien}, journal={Cahiers d'anesthesiologie}, year={1986}, volume={34 3}, pages={191-7} }