G. W. Kidder

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Analgesia testing is conveniently done by applying an electrical stimulus to the tooth pulp of an animal that, in sufficient strength, causes an observable response. The difference in stimulus strength required in treated and control animals is an effective measure of analgesia, if the conditions can be sufficiently standardized. We describe an apparatus(More)
The previously reported sudden potential drop (SPD), which occurs under anoxia in 10% CO2, has been further explored. We find several conditions necessary for this effect: 1) anoxia; 2) serosal pH less than 7.1;3) presence of chloride; and 4) a PD, either spontaneous or voltage clamped, which changes across the region of 10 mV, serosal positive. With the(More)
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