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Dexmedetomidine as a Procedural Sedative for Percutaneous Tracheotomy: Case Report and Systematic Literature Review

Table 1

Vital signs and infusions during tracheotomy procedure.

TimeHRSBPDBPMAPDex. doseNE doseComments

10:4055155508530Dexmedetomidine load started
10:4550145508130
10:5055115456832
10:5550115456832Dexmedetomidine load completed
11:005013550780.52Bronchoscope inserted
11:055511545680.82
11:105013055800.80
11:1270155709800Procedure completed

DBP: diastolic blood pressure (mmHg); Dex. dose: dexmedetomidine infusion rate (mcg/kg/hr); HR: heart rate (beats per minute); MAP: mean arterial pressure (mmHg); NE dose: norepinephrine infusion rate (mcg/min); SBP: systolic blood pressure (mmHg).

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