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A double-blind comparison of nefopam and placebo used as a premedication in children

Anaesthesia

Aug 1, 1984

P A Wilkinson

PMID: 6383114

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Forty-two children received either nefopam or a matched placebo as oral premedication in a double-blind trial. Nefopam performed no better than placebo as a premedication and as postoperative analgesic. Its use is not recommended in paediatric anaesthesia because of a significantly high...read more

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Analgesics
Pediatric Discipline
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Anesthesiology
Analgesic brand of acetaminophen-phenyltoloxamine
Absence of Sensation
Clinical Trials
Incisors, Fused Mandibular
Preanesthetic Medication
Postoperative Complications
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A double-blind comparison of nefopam and placebo used as a premedication in children

Anaesthesia

Aug 1, 1984

P A Wilkinson

PMID: 6383114

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Abstract

Forty-two children received either nefopam or a matched placebo as oral premedication in a double-blind trial. Nefopam performed no better than placebo as a premedication and as postoperative analgesic. Its use is not recommended in paediatric anaesthesia because of a significantly high...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Analgesics
Pediatric Discipline
Vomiting
Anesthesiology
Analgesic brand of acetaminophen-phenyltoloxamine
Absence of Sensation
Clinical Trials
Incisors, Fused Mandibular
Preanesthetic Medication
Postoperative Complications

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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine - Researcher Network (ASM)

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The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine involves cross-disciplinary research groups including laboratory, clinical, population and social sciences, all working to address major public and global health challenges. Their research contributes to health policy and practice in the UK and around the world. Follow this feed to stay up to date on work published by this institute.

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