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Isoflurane pp 45-51 | Cite as

Effects of Isoflurane on Liver Function

  • V. Chulia
  • J. M. Palanca
  • G. T. Saez
  • M. Cucala
  • F. Pallardo
  • M. A. Serra
  • J. Llopis
  • C. Belda
  • J. M. Rodrigo
  • J. Viña
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiology Intensive Care Medicine/Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin book series (A+I, volume 182)

Abstract

The possible hepatotoxic effects of halogenated anesthetics has been the subject of many papers in recent years. The findings must be interpreted cautiously because a whole constellation of factors may contribute to hepatotoxicity after anesthesia, as pointed out by McLaughlin and Eger [1].

Keywords

Hepatotoxic Effect Indocyanin Green Isoflurane Exposure Added Substrate Hepatocarcinogenic Effect 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. Chulia
  • J. M. Palanca
  • G. T. Saez
  • M. Cucala
  • F. Pallardo
  • M. A. Serra
  • J. Llopis
  • C. Belda
  • J. M. Rodrigo
  • J. Viña

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