Common Use and Monitoring of Cardiovasoactive Drugs in General Anesthesia Using Halogenated Agents

  • R. Muchada


General anesthesia (GA) has four main objectives: narcosis, analgesia, muscular relaxation, and protection of the visceral reflex system.


Mean Blood Arterial Pressure Hemodynamic Monitoring Myocardial Depression Systolic Time Interval Hemodynamic Profile 
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