propofol infusion syndrome


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propofol infusion syndrome

disorder with combined findings of heart failure, metabolic acidosis, rhabdomyolysis, and hyperkalemia that develops after 4-5 days of therapy with propofol at high dosage.
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The report recommended changes to the way propofol was administered and stricter limits on how long coma patients should be given the drug, but concluded propofol infusion syndrome did not cause the three deaths.
This acknowledges the potential contribution of propofol infusion syndrome in relation to Mr Murphy's death.
In a retrospective review, Bray (10) identified the common features of propofol infusion syndrome.
A case of suspected non-ncurosurgical adult fatal propofol infusion syndrome.
The timing of these arrhythmias and hypotension is unusual in our case, as these are usually late manifestations of propofol infusion syndrome.
Impaired fatty acid oxidation in propofol infusion syndrome.
There have been several reports describing the propofol infusion syndrome (PRIS), which was originally described in children, in adult patients (1-3).