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Background. In a prospective randomized study, we compared topical 4% amethocaine gel (Ametop™) with 2% lidocaine infiltration for analgesia for radial artery cannulation. A previous study had shown topical analgesia with EMLA cream reduced pain, shortened cannulation time, and improved success...
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Background. This study was designed to examine whether the coupling between oxygen consumption ( V ˙ o 2 ) and cardiac output (CO) is maintained during xenon anaesthesia. Methods. We studied the relationship between V˙ o 2 (indirect calorimetry) and CO (ultrasound flowmetry) by adding xenon to...
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