A comparison of halothane and trichloroethylene with isoflurane. A study of drawover air anaesthesia with the Triservice anaesthetic apparatus.


Induction and recovery times were not significantly different between two groups that received halothane with trichloroethylene and isoflurane, respectively. Maintenance of anaesthesia and analgesia was also satisfactory. Isoflurane resulted in a higher heart rate (p less than 0.01), a lower respiratory rate (p less than 0.01) and a higher inspired oxygen… (More)


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