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Use of doxapram as an arousal agent in outpatient general anaesthesia

British Journal of Anaesthesia

Sep 1, 1978

P L Riddell, G S Robertson

PMID: 361056

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In a double-blind study of 100 outpatients receiving an anaesthetic sequence of methohexitone, nitrous oxide and halothane, significant shortening of recovery time was produced by the i.v. administration of doxapram hydrochloride at the end of anaesthesia. Comparable recovery times were...read more

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Vigilance, Cortical
General Anesthesia
Clinical Trials
Narcotan
Urgent Care
Docatone
Electrocardiographic Recorders
Cardiac Arrhythmia
Double-Blind Method
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Use of doxapram as an arousal agent in outpatient general anaesthesia

British Journal of Anaesthesia

Sep 1, 1978

P L Riddell, G S Robertson

PMID: 361056

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Abstract

In a double-blind study of 100 outpatients receiving an anaesthetic sequence of methohexitone, nitrous oxide and halothane, significant shortening of recovery time was produced by the i.v. administration of doxapram hydrochloride at the end of anaesthesia. Comparable recovery times were...read more

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