A randomized multicenter double-blind comparison of urapidil and ketanserin in hypertensive patients after coronary artery surgery.

@article{Stroom1997ARM,
  title={A randomized multicenter double-blind comparison of urapidil and ketanserin in hypertensive patients after coronary artery surgery.},
  author={J G van der Stroom and H. B. Van Wezel and J. J. M. Langemeijer and H. H. M. Korsten and J Kooyman and Peter J A van der Starre and Jasper E Kal and M Porsius and R van den Ende and Pieter A. van Zwieten},
  journal={Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia},
  year={1997},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={729-36}
}
OBJECTIVES To compare the hemodynamic responses, safety, and efficacy of urapidil and ketanserin in hypertensive patients after coronary artery surgery. DESIGN Randomized double-blind study. SETTING Multi-institutional. PARTICIPANTS One hundred twenty-two patients undergoing elective coronary artery surgery. INTERVENTIONS When hypertension (defined as mean arterial pressure > 85 mmHg) developed within the first 2 hours after arrival in the intensive care unit, patients received urapidil… CONTINUE READING