sevoflurane


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sevoflurane

Anesthesiology An inhalation anesthetic Pros Pleasant odor–used in children Cons Unstable in soda lime, used in anesthesia circuits to absorb CO2; may break down to toxic products. See Inhalation anesthetic, Compound A.

sevoflurane

A recently-introduced volatile, non-irritant, pleasant-smelling inhalational general anaesthetic that causes rapid induction and from which recovery is also rapid.

sevoflurane

a halogenated ether inhalation anesthetic.
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Key Segments Covered Product Type Propofol Sevoflurane Dexmedetomidine Desflurane Remifentanil Midazolam Others Key Regions/Countries Covered North America US Canada Latin America Brazil Argentina Mexico Western Europe EU5 Nordics BENELUX Rest of Western Europe Eastern Europe Poland Russia Rest of Eastern Europe Asia Pacific Excluding Japan (APEJ) Greater China India ASEAN Australia and New Zealand Rest of APEJ Japan Middle East & Africa GCC South Africa Israel Turkey Rest of MEA Key Companies Baxter International Inc.
com/research/zdxh9r/investigation) has announced the addition of the "Investigation Report on China's Sevoflurane Market, 2010-2019" report to their offering.
A seven-year-old male underwent a laparoscopic appendicectomy, with anaesthesia comprising propofol induction, sevoflurane in air/oxygen maintenance and intravenous morphine analgesia.
Objective--To determine the minimum anesthetic concentration (MAC) of sevoflurane in thick-billed parrots (Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha), and compare MAC obtained via mechanical and electrical stimulation.
Sevoflurane has fewer side-effects for the patient but has a GWP20 of 720.
Anesthesia maintenance was provided by a mixture of 2-3% sevoflurane, oxygen and air and if necessary, by 100% oxygen.
She was then anaesthetised and put on sevoflurane gas and oxygen.
Neither duration of anesthesia nor increased cumulative time with profound sevoflurane anesthesia was associated with an increased risk for new malignant disease within five years after surgery in previously cancer-free patients," concludes the study by Maj-Lis Lindholm, Ph.
Objective: The aim of this prospective randomized study was to compare the myocardial protective effects of sevoflurane and isoflurane during coronary bypass surgery.
The use of electroencephalographic-related technology is likely to be helpful in resolving this problem, but the correlation between sevoflurane anesthesia and adequate anesthesia to prevent movement using electroencephalographic derivatives has not been clearly defined.