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Title: The use of Thalamonal in acute myocardinal infarction
Authors: Boskovski, Nikola
Cosic, M.
Smailbegovic, I.
Keywords: Myocardial infarction
Narcotic antagonists
Pain -- Treatment
Issue Date: 1983-11
Publisher: Association of Anaesthesiologists in Malta
Citation: Boskovski, N., Cosic, M., & Smailbegovic, I. (1983). The use of Thalamonal in acute myocardinal infarction. Acta Anaesthesiologica Melitensis, 1(1), 19-20.
Abstract: Intravenous administration of narcotic analgesic drugs provides effective pain relief in patients with Qcute myocardial infarction. Thalamonal, a premix of 50: 1 droperidol and fentanyl, was given intravenously in dose of 2 ml. to 20 patients with acute myocardial infaction. Effective pain relief, haemodynamic stability and low incidence of cardiac dysrhythmias were noticed in the patients studies.
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