A multi-center study of intrathecal neostigmine for analgesia following vaginal hysterectomy.
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Oct 01, 1998
These data in patients after vaginal hysterectomy suggest that analgesia from intrathecal neostigmine may occur at doses less than 50 microg. In these doses, neostigmine does not reduce spinal bupivacaine-induced hypotension but may increase the need for treatment of nausea.
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