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By Attia, A.; Buisson. G. (ed.)

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Their possible adverse effects include loss of pressure autoregulation in vital organs. The only agents that are recommended for induction are Isoflorane and Sevoflorane, the latter having the advantage of being eliminated faster. Among beta blockers, Esmolol is the most recommended. It is cardioselective and it has the advantage of being active after only 1 minute and is eliminated in about 9 minutes. It should not be used in patients with congestive heart failure, bundle of His blocks, or patients with uncontrolled bronchospasms, and should be used with caution in diabetic patients using oral hypoglucemic medications.

Fig. 8. Diagnostic nasal exam. Endoscopic view with a 0°, 4 mm diamter lens one can observe: A Right nasal cavity. Vestibule (V) and on the left is the inferior turbinate (IT). B Left nasal cavity. Head of the inferior turbinate (IT). Inferior meatus (1M and arrow) C Right nasal cavity floor. At the back is the choana (CO) and on the right is the nasal septum (NS). D Right nasal cavity. Choana (CO), on the right is the pharyngeal opening of the Eustachian tube (El) and (*) marks lymphoid tissue in the nasopharynx Procedure Fig.

Anterior and middle ethmoid. Endoscopic view with a 00, 4 mm diameter lens endoscope of the left nasal cavity. The ethmoidal infundibulum has been marsupialized and the lateral aspect of the middle turbinate (MT) has been resected.

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