The Induction and Recovery Period of Inhalation Anaesthesia: A Considerable Improvement with Isoflurane

  • B. Dworacek
  • E. Lachitjaran


Isoflurane was administered to 60 patients during different surgical procedures. Aspects of inhalation induction in 35 patients and the recovery period in all 60 patients were studied. These aspects seem to us to be of importance in surgical emergencies, in high-risk patients, paediatrics, and also in out-patient anaesthesia.


Nitrous Oxide Endotracheal Intubation Induction Time Inhalation Anaesthesia Volatile Agent 
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  • B. Dworacek
  • E. Lachitjaran

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