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“…Nitrous oxide in oxygen has been found by other authors to have a myocardial depressive action, either when used as the sole anaesthetic agent (23,24) or when administered as an adjunct to intravenous anaesthesia (25,26). During halothane anaesthesia similar findings have been made in the dog (27), but not in man (28,29). Bahlman et a1 (29) compared halothane and nitrous oxidelhalothane at the same anaesthetic levels, expressed in multiples of MAC, and found less cardiodepression with the combination than with halothane alone.…”
Section: Nitrous Oxidesupporting
confidence: 54%
“…Nitrous oxide in oxygen has been found by other authors to have a myocardial depressive action, either when used as the sole anaesthetic agent (23,24) or when administered as an adjunct to intravenous anaesthesia (25,26). During halothane anaesthesia similar findings have been made in the dog (27), but not in man (28,29). Bahlman et a1 (29) compared halothane and nitrous oxidelhalothane at the same anaesthetic levels, expressed in multiples of MAC, and found less cardiodepression with the combination than with halothane alone.…”
Section: Nitrous Oxidesupporting
confidence: 54%
“…In contrast, Smith and colleagues [14] were unable to report similar differences in skin blood flow when nitrous oxide was added to enflurane. These authors concluded that nitrous oxide does not stimulate the cardiovascular system in the presence of enflurane as it does when added to other inhalation agents such as halothane [15], ether [16] or fluroxene [17].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%