Ketamine with Midazolam and Ketamine alone as oral premedication in children

  • Jay Prakash Thakur Paropakar Maternity and Women's Hospital
  • Resham Bahadur Rana Devdaha Medical College and Research Institute, Kathmandu University.
  • Abhay Pokharel National academy of Medical Science.
Keywords: ketamine, midazolam, premedication

Abstract

BACKROUND: Fear of operation, injections, physicians and peculiar operation theatre environment where children are separated from their parents prior to anaesthesia invariably produce traumatic experiences in tender mind of young children. Midazolam and Ketamine are useful

Author Biography

Jay Prakash Thakur, Paropakar Maternity and Women's Hospital
anesthesiologist, department of anesthesia and intensive care, paropakar maternity and women's hospital

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3.McMillan CO, Saphr-Schopfer IA, Sikich N et al. Premedication of children with oral midazolam. Can J Anaesth 1992; 39: 545
Published
2018-08-14
How to Cite
Thakur, J., Rana, R., & Pokharel, A. (2018). Ketamine with Midazolam and Ketamine alone as oral premedication in children. Journal of Society of Anesthesiologists of Nepal, 4(2), 66-73. Retrieved from http://www.jsan.org.np/jsan/index.php/jsan/article/view/202
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Original Article