Acupan as an analgesic component of combined inhalational general anesthesia

V.S. Shyriaev, L.V. Musikhin, O.I. Bugrovskaya, M.A. Grebionkina, М.N. Bisyaeva

FGBU “GNC Laser Medicine FMBA of Russia”, Moscow

For citation: Shyriaev VS, Musikhin LV, Bugrovskaya OI et al. Acupan as an analgesic component of combined inhalational general anesthesia. Intensive Care Herald. 2016;1:46–49.


The study examines the possible by akupan and paracetamol potentiation of analgesia during combined general anaesthesia. Comparative evaluation of the effectiveness of the technique based on 46 patients without comorbidities with the traditional method of inhalation general anesthesia with sevoflurane and fentanyl (control group, 26 patients). Received data demonstrate reliable analgesic and anaesthetic protection and the Protocol of holding potentiated the protection and treatment of patients during the perioperative period recommendations on the practical application of our method.

Keywords: acupan, paracetamol, combined anesthesia, inhalational anesthesia.


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