Inhalative Sedation

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Inhalative Sedation - Sedation today

In spite of the generally accepted need for an adequate analgosedation, at present there is no wide consensus neither with intensive care medics nor with the nursing staff as to how and with which substances this condition is best to be achieved and how in the course of ...

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Similar to Diazepam, Midazolam as intravenous bolus administration (2-5 mg) has a rapid time of onset and a short duration of action. It is therefore especially suitable for the treatment of acutely agitated patients. Due to its higher hepatic extraction, Midazolam has a ...

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The adapted sedation of patients in intensive care units is accepted standard for many years already (Martin et al. 2005). However, there is a multitude of therapeutic concepts with widely varying pharmacological substances. It is apparent that ...

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Since years there have been efforts to bring volatile anaesthetics like Isoflurane, Sevoflurane or Desflurane from the OR to the ICU. With the intention to use their sedative effects for intensive care patients. Reason for the efforts where ...

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