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British Medical Journal, London

British Medical Journal, London With Innovar: Controlled Neuroleptanalgesia Technique Anesthesia and With a Dilute Intravenous Schotz and L. Drip—S. Analgesia: Zeigler of Medical Current Cleveland (Presbyterian-Univ Pennsylvania Researches, Center, Philadelphia) Anesth 46:69-75 1967 Interaction of Administered Lido¬ Analg (Jan-Feb) Intravenously Procaine, caine, and Succinylcholine in Anesthetized Subjects— A controlled for with technique droperidol fentanyl J. E. Usubiaga et al Memorial (Jackson Hosp, Miami, citrate a dilute in¬ (Innovar) neuroleptanalgesia utilizing Fla) travenous is described. It was used for drip mainly diag¬ nostic procedures, without further The supplementation. Anesth Analg 46:39-45 1967 (Jan-Feb) to technique makes it achieve the desired anal¬ possible The effect of intravenous to administration of 1 36 mg/kg state most gesic without of the undesirable respiratory of before or after intravenous administration of procaine side effects. Data on blood studies for and Pco2 pH are succinylcholine was in five investigated nonpremedicated provided. subjects anesthetized with In five other thiopental. pa¬ the effect 1 to 16 tients, of doses of lidocaine ad¬ mg/kg ministered under identical circumstances was investigated. British Medical London Journal, Both and lidocaine increased the duration of procaine in a fash¬ succinylcholine-induced apnea dose-dependent ion. The of administration did not influence sequence drug Pressure Sores in R. R. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

British Medical Journal, London

JAMA , Volume 199 (13) – Mar 27, 1967

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1967 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1967.03120130124047
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Abstract

With Innovar: Controlled Neuroleptanalgesia Technique Anesthesia and With a Dilute Intravenous Schotz and L. Drip—S. Analgesia: Zeigler of Medical Current Cleveland (Presbyterian-Univ Pennsylvania Researches, Center, Philadelphia) Anesth 46:69-75 1967 Interaction of Administered Lido¬ Analg (Jan-Feb) Intravenously Procaine, caine, and Succinylcholine in Anesthetized Subjects— A controlled for with technique droperidol fentanyl J. E. Usubiaga et al Memorial (Jackson Hosp, Miami, citrate a dilute in¬ (Innovar) neuroleptanalgesia utilizing Fla) travenous is described. It was used for drip mainly diag¬ nostic procedures, without further The supplementation. Anesth Analg 46:39-45 1967 (Jan-Feb) to technique makes it achieve the desired anal¬ possible The effect of intravenous to administration of 1 36 mg/kg state most gesic without of the undesirable respiratory of before or after intravenous administration of procaine side effects. Data on blood studies for and Pco2 pH are succinylcholine was in five investigated nonpremedicated provided. subjects anesthetized with In five other thiopental. pa¬ the effect 1 to 16 tients, of doses of lidocaine ad¬ mg/kg ministered under identical circumstances was investigated. British Medical London Journal, Both and lidocaine increased the duration of procaine in a fash¬ succinylcholine-induced apnea dose-dependent ion. The of administration did not influence sequence drug Pressure Sores in R. R.

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Published: Mar 27, 1967

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