Effectiveness of remifentanil versus traditional fentanyl-based anesthetic in high-risk outpatient surgery.

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STUDY OBJECTIVE To determine if remifentanil would offer a superior hemodynamic and recovery profile compared to the current standard of care, which implements a fentanyl-based technique. DESIGN Randomized, single-blind study. SETTING Outpatient center associated with tertiary care center. PATIENTS 75 outpatients undergoing microsuspension… (More)

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@article{Mackey2000EffectivenessOR, title={Effectiveness of remifentanil versus traditional fentanyl-based anesthetic in high-risk outpatient surgery.}, author={Jill J Mackey and Stanley D. Parker and Caitlin M Nass and Douglas S. Snyder and Sergio Curreri and Debra A Kazim and Rhonda L Zuckerman and Lee A. Fleisher}, journal={Journal of clinical anesthesia}, year={2000}, volume={12 6}, pages={427-32} }