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bolus dose

A quantity of fluid or medicine given intravenously at a controlled, rapid rate.
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A bolus regimen of landiolol might also be effective for suppressing the haemodynamic response to LTI, but further studies are needed to establish the optimal dose and timing and to evaluate the efficacy of a bolus dose.
In conclusion, a bolus dose of remifentanil in combination with sevoflurane and nitrous oxide induction for two minutes in paediatric patients, who were premedicated with glycopyrrolate and ketamine, can produce acceptable intubating conditions.
In their meta-analysis, Yu SKH and coauthors found the bolus dose of esmolol varying between 1 and 4 mg/kg.
Attenuation of pressor response to laryngoscopy and intubation using Esmolol in bolus doses of 50mg, 100mg and 150mg Indian J, Anaesth 2002; volume 4: pg.
Anesthesia was maintained with 33% [O.sub.2] in [N.sub.2O], 0.6% isoflurane and intermittent bolus dose of rocuronium.
Hypotension was treated with bolus doses of ephedrine 5 mg IV, repeated as required, irrespective of the group.
This double-blind randomised controlled trial was designed to evaluate whether a small bolus dose of ketamine could improve pain scores in those patients who had inadequate relief of their postoperative pain after two standard doses of morphine.
Half the bolus dose of Atracurium repeated after 30 minutes of initial dose, no further dose required until the completion of surgery.
An initial bolus dose of 250 [micro]g was administered via the intrathecal catheter.
An epidural catheter was sited at L3-4 intervertebral space and a bolus dose of 1.5 mg morphine in 10ml of 0.125% bupivacaine was given.
The independent Data Monitoring Committee determined the 15mCi/m2 bolus dose to be safe and tolerated and recommended the company progress to a second cohort utilizing a 30 mCi/m2 bolus dose of CLR 131.