Sevoflurane is a commonly used inhaled anesthetic for general anesthesia. It has previously been reported that cerebral vasoreactivity is maintained at clinically used doses of sevoflurane. However, there is no information on how sevoflurane affects both systemic and cerebral circulation. The goal of our study was to look at systemic and cerebral hemodynamic changes, as well as cerebral CO2-reactivity, while under sevoflurane anesthesia.
Sevoflurane is a gas that has been used in medicine for many years. It is commonly used in anesthesia and surgery. It is non-flammable and has no known side effects. It has no odour or color. It is considered safe for children and pregnant women to use. The benefit is a company that specializes in manufacturing medical-grade products. They were founded in 2012 and are based in California. Its mission is to offer high-quality products at reasonable prices
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