Verlängerung der Aufwachphase durch das Zentral- Anti-Cholingergische Syndrom: ein Vergleich von Atropin und Glycopyrrolate

  • F. R. Brosch
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Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 139)

Zusammenfassung

Anticholinergische Medikamente sind von jeher ein wesentlicher Faktor in der Praxis der Anästhesie. Die unbestreitbaren Vorteile — reduzierte Magen- und Speichelsekretionen, sowie ein gewisser Schutz gegen vagale Reflexe — haben bis vor kurzem nachteilige Nebenwirkungen überschattet.

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