Enflurane, isoflurane and the eye.


The intra-ocular pressure was monitored in ophthalmological patients in whom nitrous oxide/oxygen anaesthesia was supplemented with an inspired concentration of 1% enflurane (10 patients) or 0.7% isoflurane (10 patients). These concentrations are proportionate to 0.6 MAC in oxygen. Both agents caused a significant decrease in intra-ocular pressure… (More)


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@article{Earnshaw1984EnfluraneIA, title={Enflurane, isoflurane and the eye.}, author={Gavin Earnshaw}, journal={Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica}, year={1984}, volume={28 4}, pages={419-21} }