E. K. Aganiants

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Inhalation of nitrous oxide-oxygen mixtures containing not less than 40% of nitrous oxide causes “spontaneous” salivation and masticatory movements in dogs. The magnitude of the response varies with the concentration of nitrous oxide, with the sensitivity to stimulation of the alimentary center, and with the previous conditioning of the animals. The effect(More)