Electrosleep Enhanced by Intravenous Lidocaine
Many drugs have been used to enhance the action of electro — sleep and electro — anesthesia currents. They include chlorpromazine and phenobarbital (Andolfi, Boaro, de Renzo and Artemagni,1967) trifluoperazine (Kulifkova, 1967) anesthetic agents and muscle relaxants (Marinov, 1968;Wulfsohn, 1966) and progesterone (Snyder and Glazier, 1967).
KeywordsIntravenous Lidocaine Arousal Reaction Electrical Cortical Stimulation Excerpta Medica Foundation Dorsal Root Spinal
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