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, 23 (6), 648-56

Diazepam-ketamine Anaesthesia for Open Heart Surgery a "Micro-Mini" Drip Administration Technique

Diazepam-ketamine Anaesthesia for Open Heart Surgery a "Micro-Mini" Drip Administration Technique

S Hatano et al. Can Anaesth Soc J.

Abstract

Two hundred open-heart cases were anaesthetized with a diazepam-ketamine combination. The results were excellent. A "Micro-Mini" drip technique insured low, even, but adequate dose levels of ketamine and less drug was used. Induction and maintenance are simple and smooth. Effects on the cardiovascular system and respiratory system are minimal. The margin of safety is wide and 100% oxygen can be used whenever needed.

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