Hemodynamic and catecholamine response to a rapid increase in isoflurane or sevoflurane concentration during a maintenance phase of anesthesia in humans

Nishiyama, Tomoki
August 2005
Journal of Anesthesia;2005, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p213
Academic Journal
Presents a study which compared the hemodynamic and catecholamine responses due to a sudden increase in inhalation anesthetic concentrations during surgery. Effect of increasing the anesthetic concentration on blood pressure; Drugs administered to study participants; Reason for the increase in inhalation anesthetic.


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