PLASMA-CATECHOLAMINE LEVELS FOLLOWING TOPICAL APPLICATION VERSUS INFILTRATION OF ADRENALINE FOR NASAL SURGERY
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AbstractPlasma catecholamine concentrations were measured after vasoconstrictor solutions were administered either by instillation (Moffett's method) or by submucosal infiltration in twenty patients undergoing elective nasal surgery.
All Author(s) ListVANHASSELT CA, LOW JM, WALDRON J, GIBB AG, OH TE
Journal nameAnaesthesia and Intensive Care
Year1992
Month8
Day1
Volume Number20
Issue Number3
PublisherAUSTRALIAN SOC ANAESTHETISTS
Pages332 - 336
ISSN0310-057X
eISSN1448-0271
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsANESTHESIA; ANESTHETIC TECHNIQUES; INFILTRATION; NASAL ADRENALINE; OTOLARYNGOLOGIC; TOPICAL
Web of Science Subject CategoriesAnesthesiology; ANESTHESIOLOGY; Critical Care Medicine; CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE; General & Internal Medicine

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