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Khirurgiia (Sofiia). 1989;42(4):50-3.

[Short-acting anesthesia in cosmetic surgery of the breasts].

[Article in Bulgarian]


Fourteen patients subjected to short-term cosmetic operations on the mammary glands comprise the study group. Anesthesia was performed with ketamine 0.07 mg/kg/min, applied against the background of droperidol 0.1 mg/kg or diazepam 0.2 mg/kg and spontaneous ventilation with nitrous oxide and oxygen in proportion 3:1. At the end of the ketamine anesthesia 1.0 g pyracetam was applied. There was negligible decrease in the systolic arterial pressure and decreased occurrence of psychotic reactions during the early postoperative period.

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