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isoflurane

 [i″so-floo-rān]
a potent inhalational anesthetic similar to enflurane, used for induction and maintenance of general anesthesia.

isoflurane

/iso·flu·rane/ (-floo´rān) a potent inhalational anesthetic similar to enflurane, used for induction and maintenance of general anesthesia.

isoflurane

Anesthesiology The most commonly used inhalation anesthetic, which maintains bp, heart rate, and cardiac output better than halothane. See Inhalation anesthetic. Cf Halothane.

isoflurane

a chlorofluorocarbon used as an inhalational anesthetic; known also as Forthane or Forane.
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Variable data was found in acquisition costs of halogenados gastados, lesser for isofluorane, which also made the anesthetic supplies less expensive during surgical procedures; nevertheless, costs in the delivery room, in recovery and ambulatory room, and the total costs did not show significant differences.
De acuerdo con una tabla de numeros aleatorios generada por computador, los pacientes fueron asignados aleatoriamente a uno de los siguientes grupos: anestesia general que iba a utilizar sevofluorane y remifentanyl (grupo SEVO) o anestesia general que iba a utiliza isofluorane y remifentanil (grupo ISO).
Para el grupo ISO, despues de la intubacion se inicio la administracion de isofluorane 3,3% (3 MAC) con flujo de gas fresco a 4 lt/min durante dos minutos y, posteriormente, isofluorane 1,5% (1,5 MAC) con flujo de gas fresco de oxigeno a 1 lt/min constante.
551), los cuales fueron menores para el isofluorane, que tambien hace menos costosos los insumos anestesicos durante las cirugias ($153.
Los resultados obtenidos en este estudio no confirman los resultados de otros autores, que muestran al sevofluorane como un anestesico mas costo-efectivo en relacion con el isofluorane, por presentar menores tiempos de recuperacion temprana (24-28).
2]), isofuorane inspiratory concentration (Fi Iso), and isofluorane expiratory concentration (ET Iso) at different evaluation time points.
After being anesthetized with Isofluorane (Abbott Laboratories Ltd.
Briefly, under inhalation anesthesia with isofluorane, a left lateral thoracotomy was performed through the fourth intercostal space, and a small vertical incision centered over the ventral border of the left atrial appendage was made through the pericardium.
The anesthesia was maintained with 1 MAC isofluorane associated to remifentanyl dripping.