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Ketamine used for anaesthesia in children for pneumoencephalography.

Ketamine was given together with premedication (droperidol + pethidine + atropine) for general anaesthesia in 36 children during pneumoencephalography. Most children (26) had epilepsy. No significant cardiovascular and respiratory disturbances were observed during and after anaesthesia. This proposed method of anaesthesia in children is sufficient for short-lasting diagnostic procedures, particularly for pneumoencephalography.[1]


  1. Ketamine used for anaesthesia in children for pneumoencephalography. Polocki, B., Czerwińska-Ciechan, K., Berger, H., Slizewska, I., Szwaykowski, W., Niewińska, J. Anaesthesia, resuscitation, and intensive therapy. (1976) [Pubmed]
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