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Die zusätzliche Gabe von Lachgas während einer Halothannarkose vermindert die Durchblutung von Nieren, Leber und Dünndarm und steigert die Gehirndurchblutung

  • W. C. Seyde
  • J. Ellis
  • D. E. Longnecker
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 190)

Zusammenfassung

Seit Sir Humphrey Davy vor nun beinahe 200 Jahren berichtete, daß die Inhalation von Lachgas schmerzlindernd wirkt und seit den Pioniertagen von Horace Wells Mitte vorigen Jahrhunderts ist Lachgas aus der anästhesiologischen Praxis nicht mehr fortzudenken. Seine analgetische Potenz, geringe Toxizität, Nicht-Explosivität und offenbar geringen kardiodepressiven Eigenschaften haben Lachgas zu einem häufig benutzten Anästhetikum im Operationsalltag gemacht.

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  • W. C. Seyde
  • J. Ellis
  • D. E. Longnecker

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