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[Ketamine at low doses + etomidate or diazepam--a comparative clinical study of anesthesia in urology].
Khirurgiia (Sofiia). 1995; 48(5):36-8.K

Abstract

Eighty urological patients, divided in two equal groups, are anesthesized using two anaesthetic combinations: small dose kaliposol + etomidate, or diazepam. The obtained results point to a stability of the arterial pressure and pulse rate and prompt recovery, rendering the kalipsol-etomidate combination an alternative to the kalipsol-diazepam one which is well affirmed in urological practice.

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Clinical Trial
Comparative Study
Controlled Clinical Trial
English Abstract
Journal Article

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bul

PubMed ID

8648964

Citation

Tablov, V, et al. "[Ketamine at Low Doses + Etomidate or Diazepam--a Comparative Clinical Study of Anesthesia in Urology]." Khirurgiia, vol. 48, no. 5, 1995, pp. 36-8.
Tablov V, Stratev S, Dukanov M. [Ketamine at low doses + etomidate or diazepam--a comparative clinical study of anesthesia in urology]. Khirurgiia (Sofiia). 1995;48(5):36-8.
Tablov, V., Stratev, S., & Dukanov, M. (1995). [Ketamine at low doses + etomidate or diazepam--a comparative clinical study of anesthesia in urology]. Khirurgiia, 48(5), 36-8.
Tablov V, Stratev S, Dukanov M. [Ketamine at Low Doses + Etomidate or Diazepam--a Comparative Clinical Study of Anesthesia in Urology]. Khirurgiia (Sofiia). 1995;48(5):36-8. PubMed PMID: 8648964.
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