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|Title:||Speeding dantrolene preparation for treating malignant hyperthermia|
|Citation:||Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 2011; 39(1):84-88|
|Publisher:||Australian Soc Anaesthetists|
|Y. Kugler, W.J. Russell|
|Abstract:||The article discusses a study which aimed to evaluate both the time involved and the time benefit of warming dantrolene administration for treating malignant hyperthermia, to determine whether there was an overall time-saving. The ampoules of sterile water used for the study were kept immersed in a water bath held at 45°C for at least 10 minutes. Findings showed that warming is of no benefit in speeding dantrolene preparation.|
|Keywords:||dantrolene preparation; malignant hyperthermia|
|Rights:||Copyright of Anaesthesia & Intensive Care is the property of Australian Society of Anaesthetists|
|Appears in Collections:||Anaesthesia and Intensive Care publications|
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