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 · PDF 檔案terjadinya Propofol Infusion Syndrome (PRIS) yang ditandai dengan aritmia atau penurunan fungsi jantung, asidosis process is by titration and monitoring of propofol administration. Both opiate and midazolam can change the concentration of to 1.9 L / min
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Propofol Infusion Syndrome – ICM Case Summaries

 · Propofol infusion syndrome (PRIS) was first described in 1992 in a case series of five children (1). Since then there have been many case reports and case series, letters in the literature but the aetiology and incidence of PRIS remains uncertain.
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Propofol Infusion Syndrome
Propofol, introduced in the United States in 1989, is a potent short-acting intravenous sedative-hypnotic agent used to induce and maintain anesthesia and to provide continuous sedation in the intensive care unit (ICU). 1 Propofol has a rapid onset of action (approximately 30 seconds), a rapid rate of distribution (half-life, 2–4 minutes), a dose-related hypnotic effect, and a short
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Propofol Infusion Syndrome: A Retrospective Analysis …

The term “propofol infusion syndrome” was coined in 1998 when Bray summarized thirteen more propofol-related deaths in children []. These children all exhibited a similar constellation of symptoms including metabolic acidosis, lipemic serum, and refractory bradycardia progressing to asystole [ 7 , 8 ].
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Propofol infusion syndrome

 · PDF 檔案The presentation based on Propofol infusion syndrome Ne-Hooi Will Loh, MBBS EDIC FRCA FFICM Priya Nair, MBBS FRCA FFICM Contin Educ Anaesth Crit Care Pain (2013) 13 (6): 200-202Risk factors Severe head injuries Sepsis High exogenous or
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Propofol infusion syndrome
The clinical features of propofol infusion syndrome (PRIS) are acute refractory bradycardia leading to asystole, in the presence of one or more of the following: metabolic acidosis (base deficit > 10 mmol.l −1), rhabdomyolysis, hyperlipidaemia, and enlarged or fatty liver.
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The pathophysiology of propofol infusion syndrome: a …

Propofol infusion syndrome (PRIS) is a rare and often fatal syndrome described in critically ill children undergoing long-term propofol infusion at high doses. Recently several cases have been reported in adults, too. The main features of the syndrome consist of cardiac failure, rhabdomyolysis, severe metabolic acidosis and renal failure. To date 21 paediatric cases and 14 adult cases have
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Anesthesia and intraoperative neurophysiological …

Anesthesia in pediatric patients may be different than in adults due to the specific anesthesia considerations in children, notably the propofol infusion syndrome (PRIS) and the need to monitor immature neural pathways. This review was done to determine if the
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Monitoring must be performed by a designated healthcare provider and should be performed during all phases of the procedure. Propofol infusion syndrome during refractory status epilepticus in a young adult: successful ECMO resuscitation. Neurocrit Care 2010
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Propofol‐Associated Hypertriglyceridemia and …

Propofol was discontinued within 24 hours of detecting the hypertriglyceridemia 84% of the time. Compared with those who did not develop hypertriglyceridemia, patients who developed hypertriglyceridemia were older, had a longer intensive care unit stay, and received propofol for a longer duration; they were also more likely to be admitted to the medical versus the surgical intensive care unit.
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Propofol infusion syndrome: A rare but lethal …

 · An uncommon but potentially deadly complication of prolonged or high-dose propofol infusion, as well as high-dose short-term propofol infusions, PRIS is characterized by metabolic acidosis, hyperlipidemia, and cardiovascular collapse. 4,5 Propofol is an ultra-short-acting I.V. sedative-hypnotic agent used primarily for the induction and maintenance of anesthesia or sedation for various
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Acquired Carnitine Deficiency: A Clinical Model for …

Propofol toxicity, known as propofol infusion syndrome , has been described in both critically ill children1and adults2undergoing long-term high-dose propofol infusion.Although the exact mechanisms are not clearly defined, recent reports suggest its association with
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Metabolic Acidosis Associated with Propofol in the …

It suggests that propofol infusion syndrome is in fact due to propofol or a propofol metabolite, is reversible in its early stages, and is consistent with previous cautions to avoid high-dose, prolonged infusions of propofol.1,2It also illustrates the utility of monitoring −1