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Age, Minimum Alveolar Anesthetic Concentration, and Minimum Alveolar Anesthetic Concentration-Awake
  • E. Eger
  • Medicine
  • Anesthesia and analgesia
  • 1 October 2001
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An algorithm that might be used to produce a display of end-tidal concentrations of inhaled anesthetics, including provision of an estimate of the effect of nitrous oxide, is provided. Expand
Nephrotoxicity of Sevoflurane Versus Desflurane Anesthesia in Volunteers
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Sevoflurane was associated with transient injury to: 1) the glomerulus, as revealed by postanesthetic albuminuria; 2) the proximal tubule, as shown by post-anesthetic glucosuria and increased urinary alpha-GST; and 3) the distal tubules, as Revealed by post anesthetic increased urinary pi-G ST. Expand
What Solvent Best Represents the Site of Action of Inhaled Anesthetics in Humans, Rats, and Dogs?
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It is concluded that lecithin is probably more representative of the site of action of these anesthetics than the other solvents. Expand
Anesthetic uptake and action
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The pharmacology of isoflurane.
  • E. Eger
  • Medicine
  • British journal of anaesthesia
  • 1984
TLDR
Isoflurane has the largest circulatory margin of safety of all potent halogenated agents; it produces the least myocardial depression at a given multiple of MAC. Expand
Glycine and γ-aminobutyric acid(A) receptor function is enhanced by inhaled drugs of abuse
Inhalable solvents possess significant abuse liability and produce many of the neurobehavioral effects typically associated with central nervous system-depressant agents, including motorExpand
Narcotic Properties of Carbon Dioxide in the Dog
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The mechanism of CO2 narcosis correlated well with the pH changes in the brain as measured in the cisternal CSF, and appeared to be independent of arterial pH, PaCO2 and cerebrospinal fluid PCO2. Expand
Naturally occurring variability in anesthetic potency among inbred mouse strains.
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The results suggest that multiple genes underlie the observed variability in anesthetic potency, and phenotypic differences may be exploited to help determine the genetic basis of anesthetic-induced immobility. Expand
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