New Awakening in Anaesthesia— at a Price

@article{1987NewAI,
  title={New Awakening in Anaesthesia— at a Price},
  author={},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1987},
  volume={329},
  pages={1469-1470}
}
  • Published 27 June 1987
  • Medicine
  • The Lancet
4 Citations
Effect of Various Injection Speeds of Propofol on Blood Pressure, Time Taken and Dose Required for Induction of Anesthesia: A Prospective Observational Study
TLDR
At faster speeds of injection of Propofol, larger doses are required for induction of anesthesia and significant drop in systolic, diastolic and mean arterial pressures while as the time taken for induction of anesthesia was shorter when compared to the injection at slower speeds.
The effect of propofol when injected at different speeds for induction of general anesthesia: an observational study
TLDR
Induction dose required for loss of consciousness increased with a faster rate of infusion while time for induction was shorter in P800 compared to P400 and P600, and the decrease in mean blood pressure was less after induction in P400.
Effect of propofol titration v/s bolus during induction of anesthesia on hemodynamics and bispectral index.
TLDR
Titration of Propofol reduces hemodynamic changes, dose requirement and is able to achieve same level of BIS as in bolus as well as reducing the dose requirement.
Recovery and morbidity after daycase anaesthesia
TLDR
The addition of alfentanil improved anaesthetic conditions and reduced postoperative morbidity with both propofol and thiopentone–enflurane.