Chapter

The Nervous System and Electric Currents

pp 195-196

Electro-Anesthesia for Electrical Cardio-Version

  • B. A. NegovskiiAffiliated withLaboratory of Experimental Physiology for Animal Resuscitation, Academy of Medical Sciences, First Moscow Medical Institute
  • , M. N. KuzinAffiliated withLaboratory of Experimental Physiology for Animal Resuscitation, Academy of Medical Sciences, First Moscow Medical Institute
  • , H. M. LiventsevAffiliated withLaboratory of Experimental Physiology for Animal Resuscitation, Academy of Medical Sciences, First Moscow Medical Institute
  • , B. J. TabakAffiliated withLaboratory of Experimental Physiology for Animal Resuscitation, Academy of Medical Sciences, First Moscow Medical Institute
  • , H. L. GurvichAffiliated withLaboratory of Experimental Physiology for Animal Resuscitation, Academy of Medical Sciences, First Moscow Medical Institute
  • , V. D. ZhukovskiiAffiliated withLaboratory of Experimental Physiology for Animal Resuscitation, Academy of Medical Sciences, First Moscow Medical Institute
  • , M. E. CherviakovAffiliated withLaboratory of Experimental Physiology for Animal Resuscitation, Academy of Medical Sciences, First Moscow Medical Institute
  • , K. P. KaverinaAffiliated withLaboratory of Experimental Physiology for Animal Resuscitation, Academy of Medical Sciences, First Moscow Medical Institute

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Abstract

Electrical cardioversion therapy has received widespread popularity because of its effectiveness. Application of this method to the patient with severe disturbances of the circulation and respiration is made difficult by the necessity of having to induce general anesthesia.