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Dolasetron and transdermal scopolamine vs. dolasetron for prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting in outpatients undergoing laparoscopic surgery: a randomized, double-blind comparison

  • At: 2006 FIP Congress in Salvadore (Brazil)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: MEYER (Scott and White Health System, United States of America)
  • Co-author(s): Roberson, Charles (Scott and White Health System, United States of America)
    McAllister, Russell (Scott and White Health System, United States of America)
    McKinney, Robert (Trinity Mother Francis Hospital, TYLER, TEXAS, United States of America)
    Rajab, Hasan (Scott and White Health System, United States of America)
    Carl, Stephanie (Trinity Mother Francis Hospital, TYLER, TEXAS, United States of America)
  • Abstract:

    Introduction: Transdermal scopolamine is reported to be effective in the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting (PONV) and may offer an advantage for ambulatory surgical patients with its long duration of action and antimotion sickness properties. Combining this agent with a 5HT-3 receptor antagonist may provide improved outcomes. The..

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