inhalation anesthesia

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Noun1.inhalation anesthesia - general anesthesia achieved by administration of an inhalation anesthetic
general anaesthesia, general anesthesia - a state of total unconsciousness resulting from anesthetic drugs (as for a major surgical operation)
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Electrocardiographs, instruments and apparatus for functional diagnostics, used for medical purposes, not included into other groups, apparatus for inhalation anesthesia, ultrasonic therapy apparatus, other electrotherapy equipment, not included in other groups
Objective: To determine the outcome in birds undergoing inhalation anesthesia and identify patient or procedure variables associated with an increased likelihood of anesthesia-related death.
In the subgroup analysis [Figure 4], intravenous anesthesia combined with inhalation anesthesia (1, total intravenous anesthesia) produced OIs that were significantly improved in both groups ( P < 0.
After tracheal intubation was completed, the patients were subjected to inhalation anesthesia and inserted by laryngeal mask, and spontaneous breathing was maintained during surgery.
Randomized controlled trial of total intravenous anesthesia with propofol versus inhalation anesthesia with isoflurane-nitrous oxide: postoperative nausea with vomiting and economic analysis.
A study by Ferrando C et al have concluded that lung-protective mechanical ventilation, inhalation anesthesia, and high FiO2 have the potential to reduce postoperative complications in patients undergoing CPB21.
Promising investigative projects such as closed loop inhalation anesthesia and racemic versus +S isomer ketamine have been documented in anesthesia journals, however, continued research is necessary.
Exclusion criteria were patient age younger than 18 years, emergent surgeries, combined inhalation anesthesia with TIVA, other inhalation anesthesia besides DES, failure to extubate, patient not sent to the postanesthesia care unit (PACU), or incomplete data.
Clinical comparison of recovery from total intravenous anesthesia with propofol and inhalation anesthesia with isoflurane in dogs.
In 16 of these, general anesthesia was provided by inhalation anesthesia plus remifentanyle infusion without using neuromuscular blocker.
A system model for closed-circuit inhalation anesthesia.