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Narkosdosering ­ en svår balansgång

Enlund, M; Sandin, R; Samuelsson, P; Reinstrup, Peter LU ; Hidestål, Joakim and Jakobsson, J (1998) In Läkartidningen 95(48). p.5477-5482
Abstract
The optimal dosage of anaesthetic agents may be difficult. Not only does the intensity of surgical stimuli vary during a surgical procedure, but drug sensitivity varies between subjects exposed to comparable stimuli. Moreover, clinically monitored body reactions do not always reflect the balance between central nervous system effects of the surgical stimuli and of the anaesthetic agent. Therefore, the specialist in anaesthesiology requires access to additional methods of monitoring to enable dosage to be optimised for each patient, minute by minute, thus improving the chances of maintaining an appropriate depth of anaesthesia. Two electro-encephalographic techniques are presented in the article, and aspects of under- and over-dosage of... (More)
The optimal dosage of anaesthetic agents may be difficult. Not only does the intensity of surgical stimuli vary during a surgical procedure, but drug sensitivity varies between subjects exposed to comparable stimuli. Moreover, clinically monitored body reactions do not always reflect the balance between central nervous system effects of the surgical stimuli and of the anaesthetic agent. Therefore, the specialist in anaesthesiology requires access to additional methods of monitoring to enable dosage to be optimised for each patient, minute by minute, thus improving the chances of maintaining an appropriate depth of anaesthesia. Two electro-encephalographic techniques are presented in the article, and aspects of under- and over-dosage of anaesthetic agents are discussed. (Less)
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Dosage of anesthetics--a tricky question
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Narkosmedel, Medvetenhet, Intraoperativ övervakning, Överdos
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Läkartidningen
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95
issue
48
pages
5477 - 5482
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  • pmid:9854372
  • scopus:18544397476
ISSN
0023-7205
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Swedish
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http://ltarkiv.lakartidningen.se/artNo18662
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  abstract     = {The optimal dosage of anaesthetic agents may be difficult. Not only does the intensity of surgical stimuli vary during a surgical procedure, but drug sensitivity varies between subjects exposed to comparable stimuli. Moreover, clinically monitored body reactions do not always reflect the balance between central nervous system effects of the surgical stimuli and of the anaesthetic agent. Therefore, the specialist in anaesthesiology requires access to additional methods of monitoring to enable dosage to be optimised for each patient, minute by minute, thus improving the chances of maintaining an appropriate depth of anaesthesia. Two electro-encephalographic techniques are presented in the article, and aspects of under- and over-dosage of anaesthetic agents are discussed.},
  author       = {Enlund, M and Sandin, R and Samuelsson, P and Reinstrup, Peter and Hidestål, Joakim and Jakobsson, J},
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  language     = {swe},
  number       = {48},
  pages        = {5477--5482},
  series       = {Läkartidningen},
  title        = {Narkosdosering ­ en svår balansgång},
  volume       = {95},
  year         = {1998},
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