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dopram in anesthesia

Carrie Jean Miller, Brendan C McKiernan, Jennifer Pace, Martin J Fettman
Laryngeal dysfunction is assessed most accurately by direct visualization of the larynx under a light plane of anesthesia. If the plane of anesthesia used is too deep, laryngeal structures may appear paralyzed and remain in a paramedian position. Doxapram hydrochloride is a known respiratory stimulant. We hypothesized that doxapram would significantly increase intrinsic laryngeal motion in healthy anesthetized dogs. The goal of this study was to evaluate the effect of doxapram on the area of rima glottidis (RG) in healthy dogs...
September 2002: Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine
K Nishioka, I Yasuda, K Iwatsuki
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January 1974: Masui. the Japanese Journal of Anesthesiology
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