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Preoperative nebulization of dexamethazone, racemic epinephrine and lidocaine in adults undergoing minor laryngeal surgery
AJAIC-Alexandria Journal of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care. 2006; 9 (4): 44-51
in English | IMEMR | ID: emr-201505
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ABSTRACT
Background and

Objectives:

The main objectives of anesthesia for laryngeal surgery are to provide the surgeon with immobile field with enough space for the rigid Iaryngoscope. Secured airway and ventilation, together with haemodynamic stability. It is equally important to promote rapid awakening and return of protective airway reflexes and to prevent possible respiratory complications such as cough, stridor, and laryngospasm. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of three different drugs given by nebulizing techniques administered in the immediate preoperative period. We compared dexamethazone, racemic epinephrine and lidocaine effects on postoperative respiratory complications and recovery after short-term laryngeal surgery in adults
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Index: IMEMR (Eastern Mediterranean) Language: English Journal: Alex. J. Anaesth. Intensive Care Year: 2006
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Index: IMEMR (Eastern Mediterranean) Language: English Journal: Alex. J. Anaesth. Intensive Care Year: 2006