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Well-designed clinical trials related to Amidate (Etomidate)

Effect of etomidate versus thiopental on major depressive disorder in electroconvulsive therapy, a randomized double-blind controlled clinical trial. [2012]

Effect of Etomidate Versus Thiopental on Major Depressive Disorder in Electroconvulsive Therapy, a Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Clinical Trial. [2011.10.06]

Haemodynamic consequences of etomidate administration in elective cardiac surgery: a randomized double-blinded study. [2011.10]

Corticosteroid after etomidate in critically ill patients: A randomized controlled trial. [2011.09.15]

Effect of a small priming dose on myoclonic movements after intravenous anaesthesia induction with Etomidate-Lipuro in children. [2011.08]

Evaluation of the effects of thiopental, propofol, and etomidate on glomerular filtration rate measured by the use of dynamic computed tomography in dogs. [2011.01]

Comparison of propofol and etomidate anaesthesia for elective electrical cardioversion. [2010.11]

Does lidocaine more effectively prevent pain upon induction with propofol or etomidate when given preemptively than when mixed with the drug? [2010.11]

A comparison of the effects of etomidate and midazolam on hospital length of stay in patients with suspected sepsis: a prospective, randomized study. [2010.11]

Lidocaine pretreatment reduces the frequency and severity of myoclonus induced by etomidate. [2010.04]

Pretreatment with dexmedetomidine or thiopental decreases myoclonus after etomidate: a randomized, double-blind controlled trial. [2010.03]

A comparison of the effects of etomidate and midazolam on hospital length of stay in patients with suspected sepsis: a prospective, randomized study. [2010]

The effects of etomidate on adrenal responsiveness and mortality in patients with septic shock. [2009.11]

Peri-intubation hemodynamic changes during low dose fentanyl, remifentanil and sufentanil combined with etomidate for anesthetic induction. [2009.10.05]

Etomidate versus ketamine for rapid sequence intubation in acutely ill patients: a multicentre randomised controlled trial. [2009.07.25]

Comparison of etomidate-remifentanil and propofol-remifentanil sedation in patients scheduled for colonoscopy. [2009.05]

A comparison of the effects of propofol and etomidate on the induction of anesthesia and on cardiopulmonary parameters in dogs. [2008.11]

Adrenal suppression following a single dose of etomidate for rapid sequence induction: a prospective randomized study. [2008.09]

Low-dose intravenous midazolam reduces etomidate-induced myoclonus: a prospective, randomized study in patients undergoing elective cardioversion. [2007.11]

Comparison of propofol and etomidate regarding impact on seizure threshold during electroconvulsive therapy in patients with schizophrenia. [2007.10]

Propofol causes more hypotension than etomidate in patients with severe aortic stenosis: a double-blind, randomized study comparing propofol and etomidate. [2007.03]

[Hydroxyzine premedication does not alter bispectral index changes following etomidate induction of general anaesthesia] [2007.03]

Randomized clinical trial of etomidate versus propofol for procedural sedation in the emergency department. [2007.01]

[Prevention of myoclonus after etomidate using a priming dose] [2006.10]

Etomidate versus midazolam for procedural sedation in pediatric outpatients: a randomized controlled trial. [2006.10]

Etomidate-Lipuro is associated with considerably less injection pain in children compared with propofol with added lidocaine. [2006.10]

Etomidate versus midazolam for out-of-hospital intubation: a prospective, randomized trial. [2006.06]

Remifentanil pretreatment reduces myoclonus after etomidate. [2006.03]

Comparision of etomidate and propofol for fibreoptic intubation as part of an airway management algorithm:a prospective, randomizes, double-blind study. [2005.10]

Magnesium sulfate pretreatment reduces myoclonus after etomidate. [2005.09]

Etomidate and midazolam for procedural sedation: prospective, randomized trial. [2005.05]

A comparison of target- and manually controlled infusion propofol and etomidate/desflurane anesthesia in elderly patients undergoing hip fracture surgery. [2005.05]

Should we use etomidate as an induction agent for endotracheal intubation in patients with septic shock?: a critical appraisal. [2005.03]

[Compared effects of etomidate and propofol for anaesthesia during electroconvulsive therapy] [2005.02.26]

Improving the success rate of laryngeal mask airway insertion during etomidate induction by using fentanyl or succinylcholine. [2004.12]

Etomidate versus propofol for electroconvulsive therapy in patients with schizophrenia. [2004.12]

Etomidate versus pentobarbital for sedation of children for head and neck CT imaging. [2004.08]

The effects of etomidate, thiopental, and propofol in induction on hypoperfusion-reperfusion phenomenon during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. [2004.07]

Double-blind placebo controlled study of the effects of etomidate-alfentanil anesthesia in electroconvulsive therapy. [2004.06]

Bispectral index changes following etomidate induction of general anaesthesia and orotracheal intubation. [2003.09]

Pretreatment with sufentanil reduces myoclonus after etomidate. [2003.04]

Ambulatory electrical external cardioversion with propofol or etomidate. [2003.03]

Midazolam pretreatment reduces etomidate-induced myoclonic movements. [2003.02]

Propofol - not thiopental or etomidate - with remifentanil provides adequate intubating conditions in the absence of neuromuscular blockade. [2003.02]

Etomidate and midazolam for reduction of anterior shoulder dislocation: a randomized, controlled trial. [2002.11]

Comparison of the effects of remifentanil or fentanyl on anaesthetic induction characteristics of propofol, thiopental or etomidate. [2002.05]

The influence of fentanyl vs. s-ketamine on intubating conditions during induction of anaesthesia with etomidate and rocuronium. [2001.08]

Etomidate and thiopental inhibit platelet function in patients undergoing infrainguinal vascular surgery. [2001.04]

Biphasic EEG changes in relation to loss of consciousness during induction with thiopental, propofol, etomidate, midazolam or sevoflurane. [2001.03]

Adrenocortical dysfunction following etomidate induction in emergency department patients. [2001.01]

Does etomidate increase postoperative nausea? A double-blind controlled comparison of etomidate in lipid emulsion with propofol for balanced anaesthesia. [2000.10]

Sevoflurane-fentanyl versus etomidate-fentanyl for anesthetic induction in coronary artery bypass graft surgery patients. [2000.08]

Solvent for etomidate may cause pain and adverse effects. [1999.09]

Etomidate and the osteocalcin response to gynaecological surgery. [1999.09]

Adrenocortical function in critically ill patients 24 h after a single dose of etomidate. [1999.09]

Induction of anaesthesia in patients with coronary artery disease: a comparison between sevoflurane-remifentanil and fentanyl-etomidate. [1999.08]

Propofol, but not etomidate, reduces desflurane-mediated sympathetic activation in humans. [1999.04]

Reducing myoclonus after etomidate. [1999.01]

Evaluation of intubating conditions with rocuronium and either propofol or etomidate for rapid sequence induction. [1998.07]

Comparison of the effect of etomidate and desflurane on brain tissue gases and pH during prolonged middle cerebral artery occlusion. [1998.05]

Thiopental or etomidate for rapid sequence induction with rocuronium. [1998.04]

The effect of etomidate induction on plasma cortisol levels in children undergoing cardiac surgery. [1998.04]

Induction of anesthesia by titration of eltanolone compared with thiopental and etomidate for coronary artery bypass grafting. [1998.03]

Haemolysis after etomidate: comparison of propylene glycol and lipid formulations. [1997.09]

Bolus administration of eltanolone, thiopental, or etomidate does not affect systemic vascular resistance during cardiopulmonary bypass. [1997.08]

The use of ketamine or etomidate to supplement sufentanil/N2O anesthesia does not disrupt monitoring of myogenic transcranial motor evoked responses. [1997.07]

Etomidate and thiopental-based anesthetic induction: comparisons between different titrated levels of electrophysiologic cortical depression and response to laryngoscopy. [1997.02]

[Propofol and etomidate-Lipuro for induction of general anesthesia. Hemodynamics, vascular compatibility, subjective findings and postoperative nausea] [1996.11]

The role of ascorbic acid and xylitol in etomidate-induced adrenocortical suppression in humans. [1996.07]

[Etomidate versus propofol for anesthesia in ambulatory cardioversion] [1996.06]

Comparison of the effects of etomidate, propofol, and thiopental on respiratory resistance after tracheal intubation. [1996.06]

The comparative effects of methohexital, propofol, and etomidate for electroconvulsive therapy. [1995.09]

Propylene glycol toxicity following continuous etomidate infusion for the control of refractory cerebral edema. [1995.08]

A comparison of two formulations for etomidate, 2-hydroxypropyl-beta-cyclodextrin (HPCD) and propylene glycol. [1994.11]

[Total intravenous anesthesia with methohexital-alfentanil or propofol-alfentanil in hypogastric laparotomy. Clinical aspects and the effects of stress reaction] [1994.09]

Quantifying the interaction of rocuronium (Org 9426) with etomidate, fentanyl, midazolam, propofol, thiopental, and isoflurane using closed-loop feedback control of rocuronium infusion. [1994.04]

Quantitation of the interaction of rocuronium bromide with etomidate, fentanyl, midazolam, propofol, thiopentone, and isoflurane using closed-loop feedback control of infusion of rocuronium. [1994]

[Comparative effectiveness and tolerance study of a new galenic etomidate formula] [1993.11]

Excitatory effects and electroencephalographic correlation of etomidate, thiopental, methohexital, and propofol. [1993.11]

A comparison of propofol and etomidate for cardioversion. [1993.10]

[ST segment changes in the ECG. Anesthesia induction with propofol, etomidate or midazolam in patients with coronary heart disease] [1993.07]

[Anesthesia induction using etomidate in a lipid emulsion] [1993.04]

[Quality of induction and adrenocortical function. A clinical comparison of Etomidate-Lipuro and Hypnomidate] [1993.02]

Etomidate shortens the onset time of neuromuscular block. [1992.11]

Haemodynamic responses to tracheal intubation following etomidate and fentanyl for anaesthetic induction. [1992.10]

Changes in cardiac index and estimated systemic vascular resistance during induction of anaesthesia with thiopentone, methohexitone, propofol and etomidate. [1992.08]

Does etomidate cause haemolysis? [1992.07]

[Propofol versus etomidate in short-time urologic surgery] [1992]

[The effect of etomidate on the upper airway reflexes] [1992]

[Etomidate modifies hemodynamic response to fentanyl in patients with impaired left ventricular function] [1992]

A comparison of etomidate and thiopental anesthesia for cardioversion. [1991.12]

[Hemodynamic effects of etomidate in cardiac surgery during induction of anesthesia] [1991.11]

Total intravenous anaesthesia with propofol or etomidate. [1991.09]

[Comparative study of propofol with thiopental and etomidate in anesthetic induction] [1991.09]

[Cardiovascular response to orotracheal intubation using midazolam or etomidate in anesthesia induction] [1991.05]

Etomidate vs. propofol to carry out suspension laryngoscopies. [1991.03]

Echocardiographic assessment of the haemodynamic effects of propofol: a comparison with etomidate and thiopentone. [1991.02]

[Role of vitamin C on adrenocortical effects of etomidate] [1991]

[Does flumazenil antagonize the anesthetic effect of ketamine, etomidate or thiopental?] [1990.12]

[Etomidate using a new solubilizer. Experimental clinical studies on venous tolerance and bioavailability] [1990.10]

[Comparison of anesthesia with thiopental or etomidate in short duration operations] [1990.09]

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