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    Shkurupiy D. A., Pohylko V. I.

    CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NON-DEPOLARIZING MUSCLE RELAXANTS AS A COMPONENT OF GENERAL ANESTHESIA DURING PROLONGED ELECTIVE SURGERY


    About the author: Shkurupiy D. A., Pohylko V. I.
    Heading CLINICAL MEDICINE
    Type of article Scentific article
    Annotation Іn the article is presented сomparative description of clinical effects of non-depolarizes muscle relaxants – pipecuronium bromide and atracurium besylate during the planned operative interferences. It is marked, that a pipecuronium bromide creates terms to forming of intraoperative hypotension, and atracurium besylate – to forming of postoperative hypotension. In same time, muscle relaxation with the use of atracurium besylate, by comparison to application of pipecuronium bromide, creates the terms of more comforts for tracheal intubation, is relaxation and time of action more guided on a level.
    Tags surgical operations, non-depolarizes muscle relaxants
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    Publication of the article «World of Medicine and Biology» №3(45), 2014 year, 101-104 pages, index UDK 617-089 : 615.036.8