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Sublingual lorazepam as premedication in peribulbar anesthesia

Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Dec 1, 1997

Firoz D Ghanchi, Mita Khan

PMID: 9456420

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To assess the efficacy of sublingual lorazepam in inducing amnesia when used as a premedication for peribulbar anesthesia. Department of Ophthalmology in a large district general hospital. Following local ethical committee approval, a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-...read more

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Glaucoma Surgery Speciality
Sedative Effect
Phakectomy
Sedatives
Local Anesthetics
Sublingual Location
Double-Blind Method
Cataract
Polychemotherapy
Local Anesthetic [EPC]
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Sublingual lorazepam as premedication in peribulbar anesthesia

Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Dec 1, 1997

Firoz D Ghanchi, Mita Khan

PMID: 9456420

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Abstract

To assess the efficacy of sublingual lorazepam in inducing amnesia when used as a premedication for peribulbar anesthesia. Department of Ophthalmology in a large district general hospital. Following local ethical committee approval, a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Glaucoma Surgery Speciality
Sedative Effect
Phakectomy
Sedatives
Local Anesthetics

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