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Ectopics Reverted to Sinus Rhythm and the Pe¢ Caudal Neostigmine in Children

@inproceedings{ChandigarhEctopicsRT,
  title={Ectopics Reverted to Sinus Rhythm and the Pe¢ Caudal Neostigmine in Children},
  author={N Usha Chandigarh and India. and L. Ferrara and Italy and L Droghetti and M G. and A M. and R Zatelli and R. Jammu and India. Kashmir}
}
  • N Usha Chandigarh, India., +7 authors India. Kashmir
  • CO 2 improved. The patient was further observed for 2 h, and given oxygen 100% and i.v. sedation with propofol. When it was found that all the variables were stable, surgery was completed without further problems. Postoperatively, the patient was mildly hypoxic for 6 h but subsequently recovered and was maintaining an Sp O 2 of 98% on room air. The patient was observed for 48 h and found to have no sequelae. Air pyelogram has the potential risk of air embolism. 2 3 In our case, the clinical… CONTINUE READING