Rapid anesthesia induction in combat casualties with full stomachs.

@article{Cromartie1976RapidAI,
  title={Rapid anesthesia induction in combat casualties with full stomachs.},
  author={Robert Cromartie},
  journal={Anesthesia and analgesia},
  year={1976},
  volume={55 1},
  pages={74-6}
}
A series of 50 combat-injured patients given crash intubation for rapid induction of anesthesia is presented. The technic consisted of injection of 3 mg of d-tubocurarine and 0.4 mg of atropine IV, preoxygenation by face mask for 3 minutes, and then injection of sodium thiopental or ketamine, followed immediately by 60 to 80 mg of succinylcholine IV… CONTINUE READING
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