Protective effect of thiopentone on induced myalgias.

@article{Manani1983ProtectiveEO,
  title={Protective effect of thiopentone on induced myalgias.},
  author={Giovanni Manani and G. T{\'e}llez Gir{\'o}n and Lauro Galzigna},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  year={1983},
  volume={55 11},
  pages={
          1165
        }
}
Sir,—Graig (1964) observed that thiopentone 4.7mgkg~ induced a time-dependent protective effect on suxamethoniuminduced myalgia, the protection having almost disappeared 5 min after the administration of the thiopentone. We wished to see whether the protective effect of thiopentone is also dose-dependent. Male patients ( n ISO: ASA I) aged 3O-6Oyr, undergoing orthopaedic surgery, were randomized to three groups of SO. Premedication was accomplished with atropinc 0.6mg and diazepam 0.3mgkg~'i.m… CONTINUE READING

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