Intrathecal injection

Rapid sedation induced by fentanyl combined with propofol via an intrathecal chemotherapy injection for leukemia in children

X. Tian, Yang, Y. - H., Wei, H. - Y., Lao, J. - Q., Wang, H. - P., and Tian, Y. - Y., Rapid sedation induced by fentanyl combined with propofol via an intrathecal chemotherapy injection for leukemia in children, vol. 14, pp. 3687-3693, 2015.

This study explored the sedative and analgesic effects of fentanyl combined with propofol via an intrathecal chemotherapy injection for acute leukemia (acute lymphocytic leukemia or acute myelocytic leukemia) among children, to relieve pain and difficulty during intrathecal injection, improve treatment compliance, increase the success rate of single puncture, and reduce procedure failure, with the aim of developing a painless procedure for children with acute leukemia.

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