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Minimum Alveolar Concentrations of Methoxyflurane, Halothane, Ether and Cyclopropane in Man: Correlation with Theories of Anesthesia
The minimum anesthetic concentration (MAC) required in man to prevent a muscular response to a skin incision in 50 per cent of the subjects was determined for cyclopropane, halothane, diethyl etherExpand
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The Relationship between Age and Halothane Requirement in Man
The minimum alveolar concentration (MAC) values for halothane in eight age groups were determined. MAC was found to be highest in newborns and lowest in the elderly. These changes in anestheticExpand
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Anesthetic solubility coefficients for maternal and fetal blood.
Solubility coefficients for seven inhalation anesthetic agnets were determined in maternal and fetal blood at 37 C. Halothane, isoflurane, diethyl ether, and nitrous oxide were significantly moreExpand
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Equipotent alveolar concentrations of methoxyflurane, halothane, diethyl ether, fluroxene, cyclopropane, xenon and nitrous oxide in the dog.
The minimum alveolar concentration of anesthetic (MAC) required to prevent response to a painful stimulus was determined in dogs for 7 agents. These equipotent concentrations (in volumes per cent atExpand
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Enflurane Requirement and Ventilatory Response to Carbon Dioxide during Lidocaine Infusion in Dogs
Arterial plasma lidocaine concentrations of 1 to 3.5 μg/ml produced dose-related decreases in enflurane requirement (MAC) ranging from 15 to 37 per cent in dogs. The ventilatory responses to carbonExpand
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Doses of epinephrine causing arrhythmia during enflurane, methoxyflurane and halothane anaesthesia in dogs
SummaryThe arrhythmogenic dosage of epinephrine, administered by constant intravenous infusion, was measured in five dogs during enflurane, methoxyflurane and halothane anaesthesia. While prematureExpand
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Effect of Nitrous Oxide on Venous Air Embolism
The effect of nitrous oxide on the median lethal dose (LD50) of intravenously injected air was studied in rabbits. Determinations were performed in similar animal groups anesthetized with 1.0 perExpand
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Enflurane, Isoflurane, and Halothane and Isolated Human Uterine Muscle
The effects of equipotent concentrations of enflurane, isoflurane, and halothane on isolated human uterine muscle have been evaluated. Three anesthetic concentrations (0.5, 1.0, and 1.5 MAC) wereExpand
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