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Klinische Wochenschrift

, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp 70–73 | Cite as

Avertinnarkosen

Referat über die nordamerikanische Literatur und eigene Erfahrungen (mit vergleichenden Herzfrequenzstudien)
  • Ernst F. Goldschmidt
  • S. C. Harvey
Praktische Ergebnisse

Zusammenfassung

  1. 1.

    Es wird über den gegenwärtigen Stand der Rectalnarkose mit Tribromäthanol („Avertin-fest”) und mit Tribromäthanol-Amylenhydrat („Avertin-flüssig”) an Hand eigener Erfahrungen und mit einem Referat über die nordamerikanische Literatur bis Herbst 1931 berichtet.

     
  2. 2.

    Mittels des Kardiotachometers (nach Boas) wurde der Herzschlag während 77 Operationen fortlaufend und unter verschiedensten Operationsbedingungen registriert und die Resultate eingehend analysiert. Dabei scheint sich für den Herzschlag keinerlei Gesetzmäßigkeit zu ergeben. Insbesondere nimmt das Avertin unter den üblichen Betäubungsmitteln, vom Gesichtspunkt der Kreislaufdepression betrachtet, weder einen ungünstigeren noch einen günstigeren Platz ein.

     
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    Nach Thyreoidektomien wurde bei Kontrolle des Herzens nach 9 Tagen gleicher Blutdruck, aber viel tiefer liegende Herzschlagraten beobachtet.

     

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© Julius Springer und J. F. Bergmann 1932

Authors and Affiliations

  • Ernst F. Goldschmidt
    • 1
  • S. C. Harvey
    • 1
  1. 1.School of MedicineChir. Abteilung der Yale-UniversityNew Haven

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