Jan 1, 1976

CT 1341 in continuous administration in 75 cases of prolonged general anesthesia in odontostomatology (constant flow assured by a double-lumen venous catheter and electric perfuser)

Annales de l'anesthésiologie française
J F MuirJ L Boitieux

Abstract

The authors used during 75 prolonged general anaesthesia in maxillo-facial surgery CT. 1341 (Alfatesine) administered pure at constant flow rate through a double lumen venous cannula and electric perfuser. Four series of patients were thus distinguished depending on their use or not of N2O as the only analgesic and of gallamine. We do not agree with the classical assertion that CT. 1341 has a cumulative effect on some EEG results. The technique is quite inocuous and the authors propose a technique using CT. 1341 at a dose of 0.1 ml/kg for induction of anaesthesia with, later, 1 mg/kg of gallamine. Under a mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide at 60 p. 100, the maintenance dose advised in 6.17 microliters per kilo, per minute of CT. 1341.

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Catheterization
Anesthesia, Dental
Vestibule of Mouth
General Anesthesia
Pregnanediones
Curare
Saffan
Nitrous Oxide
Drug Combinations
Parenteral Infusion

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