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The use of sodium nitroprusside as a hypotensive agent in plastic surgery
  1. J. B. Hester


    Sodium nitroprusside was used to induce hypotensive anaesthesia in twelve fit patients undergoing plastic surgery. Marked individual variation in response occurred, steady low levels of blood pressure being difficult to maintain. Response to halothane, posture and increased airways pressure was also studied.

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