balanced anaesthesia

balanced anaesthesia

A commonly employed form of general anaesthesia in which two or more anaesthetic agents are used in small doses to provide a summed effect.
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Balanced anaesthesia with inhaled agents in combination with different opioids has been the method for these procedures.
However preoperative optimization of cardiac status, administration of balanced anaesthesia, proper intraoperative monitoring and low pressure pneumoperitoneum are essential steps to patient safety.
Compared with balanced anaesthesia that uses inhaled anaesthetics through specialised gas delivery systems, TIVA offers clear advantages, including the absence of contamination, negligible cardiovascular depression, low neurohumoral response, reduced oxygen consumption, lower incidence of postoperative nausea and vomiting, early and predictable recovery leading to earlier discharge in outpatient surgery, and less postoperative agitation in high risk patients.
Brichant, and V Bonhomme, "Effects of nitrous oxide on spectral entropy of the EEG during surgery under balanced anaesthesia with sufentanil and sevourane," Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica, vol.
Biedler, "TIVA with propofol/remifentanil compared to balanced anaesthesia with sevoflurane/fentanyl in gynaecological laparoscopic surgery," Anaesthesist, vol.
The third section, on perioperative use of opioids, had some interesting material on neuroleptic anaesthesia but was unbalanced, having extensive coverage of sufentantil but lacking a consideration of the electrophysiologic evidence for the use of balanced anaesthesia, i.e.
Implicit memory during balanced anaesthesia: Lack of evidence.
The reason could be that the patients in Schwartz et al received premedication with pethidine, diazepam and balanced anaesthesia was induced with droperidol, fentanyl and thiopentone which could have influenced the intubatory conditions.
In clinical aspects effect of neuromuscular block lasts in 20 to 35 min when administered under balanced anaesthesia and in recovery phase more than 25% control can be achieved within an half hour and complete recovery can be achieved within 60 minutes.
Weiss, "A comparison of total intravenous with balanced anaesthesia for middle ear surgery: effects on postoperative nausea and vomiting, pain and conditions of surgery," Anaesthesia, vol.