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Delayed vomiting after papavaretum in paediatric outpatient surgery

Canadian Anaesthetists' Society Journal

Nov 1, 1986

N C Wilton, J M Burn

PMID: 3779496

Abstract

The contribution of papavaretum to the incidence of vomiting observed in the 24 hours after paediatric outpatient anaesthesia was assessed in 129 children undergoing circumcision. Postoperative analgesia in all patients was achieved using caudal extradural blockade. The incidence of vom...read more

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Surgery, Day
Absence of Pain Sensation
Pediatric Discipline
Vomiting
Opiates
Anesthesiology
Pantopon
Absence of Sensation
Outpatients
Morphine Sulfate (2: 1), Pentahydrate
Paper Details
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Delayed vomiting after papavaretum in paediatric outpatient surgery

Canadian Anaesthetists' Society Journal

Nov 1, 1986

N C Wilton, J M Burn

PMID: 3779496

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Abstract

The contribution of papavaretum to the incidence of vomiting observed in the 24 hours after paediatric outpatient anaesthesia was assessed in 129 children undergoing circumcision. Postoperative analgesia in all patients was achieved using caudal extradural blockade. The incidence of vom...read more

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Pantopon
Absence of Sensation
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