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Psychiatric sequelae of chronic exposure to organophosphorus insecticides.
The estimation of choline and acetylcholine.
- F. Shaw
- BiologyThe Biochemical journal
- 1 June 1938
Treatment of Certain Side-effects of Morphine
- G. Christie, S. Gershon, R. Gray, F. Shaw, I. Mccance, D. Bruce
- Psychology, MedicineBritish medical journal
- 22 March 1958
It is gratifying that in recent years there is an increasing awareness that the queries which epilepsy raises are not concerned solely with accurate diagnosis of the cause and with instituting the best treatment of the fits, but also with ens!iring that the epileptic is given the fullest opportunities to take his place as a full and active member of the community in which he lives.
The nature of the sodium and potassium balance in nerve and muscle cells.
The estimation of adrenaline.
- F. Shaw
- MedicineThe Biochemical journal
Treatment of Intractable Pain with Morphine and Tetrahydroaminacrine
Attacks of bronchitis were prevented in -58% of the upper respiratory infections treated with tetracycline, compared with 49% of those in the control group; the average durations of time off school per attack were 1.9 and 2.9 days respectively.
A New Treatment of Barbiturate Intoxication
The frontal or temporal regions and the lapse of petit mal, and here the E.E.G. may be of critical importance in arriving at a correct diagnosis, but is by no means infallible.
TETRAHYDROAMINACRIN AS A DECURARISING AGENT
Tetrahydroaminacrin has marked anticholinesterase activity. It is a mild antagonist of tubocurarine, and this may be shown on the rat phrenic nerve diaphragm preparation. This antagonism is more…
Some aspects of the pharmacology of morphine with special reference to its antagonism by 5-amino-acridine and other chemically related compounds.
The biological liberation of morphine from codeine in the rat.
Under aerobic conditions, incubation of rat liver slices with Krebs-Ringerbicarbonate to which codeine has been added, results in the disappearance of codeine and the formation of morphine. The…