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Barbiturate Induction for the Prevention of Emergence Agitation after Pediatric Sevoflurane Anesthesia
Use T, et al. J Pediatr Pharmacol Ther 2015. Among authors: Fukano T. PMID 26472953 Free PMC article.
Patients received either intravenous thiamylal 5mg/kg (Group T) or inhalational Sevoflurane 5% (Group S) as an anesthetic induction agent. ...RESULTS: Fifteen minutes after arrival in the PACU, the incidence of EA in Group T (28%) was significantly lower than in Group S (64%; p = 0.023) and the MOPS in Group T (median 0, range 0 to 6) was significantly lower than in Group S (median 4, range 0 to 6; p = 0.005). ...
Patients received either intravenous thiamylal 5mg/kg (Group T) or inhalational Sevoflurane 5% (Group S) as an anesthetic induction a …
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