[Intravenous anesthesia in surgical interventions in ambulatory practice].


Intravenous anesthesia with calipsol and diprivan was used in 297 gynecological patients subjected to various short-term interventions. The course of anesthesia was monitored (arterial pressure, respiration rate, SaO2, Fet CO2) and time course of recovery of attention, thinking, and motor activity in the postoperative period after different types of… (More)


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