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A trial of enflurane for paediatric out-patient anaesthesia

A trial of enflurane for paediatric out-patient anaesthesia

Canadian Anaesthetists' Society Journal 24(5): 603-608

Enflurane was compared with halothane for anaesthesia for short surgical procedures in paediatric out-patients. Induction of anaesthesia was more prolonged with enflurane and recovery times were similar with both agents. Coughing and laryngospasm during induction occurred more frequently with enflurane. The incidence of post-operative complications was essentially similar in both groups, but there was no evidence that the use of enflurane was followed by rapid recovery at home. Enflurane has no advantages over halothane in anaesthesia for short procedures for paediatric out-patients.

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PMID: 907898

DOI: 10.1007/bf03005534

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