[R 33812 (domperidon) i.v. and orally as antiemetic adjuvans for short anaesthetics induced with etomidate. A comparative study (author's transl)].

@article{Spiess1979R3,
  title={[R 33812 (domperidon) i.v. and orally as antiemetic adjuvans for short anaesthetics induced with etomidate. A comparative study (author's transl)].},
  author={Will Spiess},
  journal={Der Anaesthesist},
  year={1979},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={
          177-9
        }
}
R 33812 is being studied as an antiemetic adjuvant to anaesthesia for minor gynecological surgery. 150 patients received 10 mg Diazepam orally as a premedication and of these 3 groups of 50 received R 33812 in doses of 4 mg or 8 mg i.v. before anaesthesia or 10 mg orally together with premedication. Between series I and II a dose-related trend p = 0,065 was observed. No side effects were reported. The pharmacological interdependence of this combination is discussed as well as the consequences… CONTINUE READING

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