[Spinal anesthesia and morphine analgesia in prostatic surgery].

@article{Mora1985SpinalAA,
  title={[Spinal anesthesia and morphine analgesia in prostatic surgery].},
  author={Cristina Mora and John Dupuis and Pierre Feiss},
  journal={Cahiers d'anesthesiologie},
  year={1985},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={25-7}
}
The authors compare the effects of either 0,5 or one milligram of intrathecally injected morphine on the post-operative course of 45 patients scheduled for transvesical prostatectomy. The patients were randomly assigned to three groups. Group A patients served as reference and were anesthetized by intrathecal injection of prilocaine 100 mg. Group B and C… CONTINUE READING