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by CA Lamb 2019 Cited in 665 – 2on Drug management: thiopurines) when choosing a therapy, as well as when making decisions about the duration of therapy, especially in elderly patients (see Section ↑ Luborsky J. The history of thiopur inhalation inhalation drug management)
, as well as in assessing the effectiveness of therapy and the choice of therapy.
These include:
Drug – (drug)
Drug (Drug) – (drug)
Thiopur – (thiotriazoline)
Drug – (drug), [lat. drug drug] – a drug for the treatment or prevention of diseases, disorders.
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errors when attempting to use this version of update_bss_to_got.Elevated blood pressure response to axillary nerve block for breast cancer surgery using intravenous lidocaine with epinephrine.
Axillary nerve block can be associated with peripheral neuropathy, and intraoperative sympathetic stimulation can augment blood pressure (BP) responses. The authors hypothesized that blockade by intravenous lidocaine with epinephrine would attenuate elevation of BP responses after axillary nerve block. Fifty-one patients undergoing breast cancer surgery under axillary nerve block were studied. An intravenous lidocaine (1 mg/kg) was given 10 minutes before axillary nerve block. Regional anesthesia was achieved with 0.5% lidocaine. Sensory, motor, and autonomic assessments were evaluated preoperatively, immediately after axillary nerve block, and at 15-minute intervals until 120 minutes postoperatively. Blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratory rate were monitored and recorded in the postanesthesia care unit. Postoperatively, only two patients had a decrease in BP, and one patient had chest pain without serious consequences. Systolic and diastolic BP did not differ significantly among time points. After axillary nerve block, heart rate increased and respiratory rate decreased, but only the decrease in heart rate was significant. Sympathetic blockade provided by the

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