What is Induced coma?
This is a condition where a controlled dose of thiopental or phenobarbitol is given to induce a coma-like condition. It differs from anaesthesia and sedation. The brain is given a period of rest to tide over swelling or edema of brain in trauma and other disorders of brain.
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