Gary F Sebrosky

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Basic drugs were extracted from 1 mL of serum, urine, or other biological fluids under alkaline conditions into hexane:isoamyl alcohol (98:2). The drugs were back-extracted into acid and re-extracted into 50 microL of chloroform:isoamyl alcohol (95:5) after the acid had been alkalinized. An aliquot of the chloroform:isoamyl alcohol was injected onto a(More)
An unusual fatality secondary to oxycodone in a child is reported. A 2-year-old female child was conveyed to a local hospital after exhibiting signs of rubbing of the mouth and staggering. A hospital toxicological immunoassay screen for drugs of abuse and tricyclic antidepressants was performed on a urine sample and reported as negative. She was discharged(More)
An enzyme multiplied immunoassay technique (EMIT) was used to test for opiates (morphine, hydromorphone, and codeine) in extracts of blood, bile, and tissue homogenates. All immunoassay opiate positive specimens were then tested by a reversed-phase liquid chromatographic procedure using electrochemical detection (LCEC). Blood specimens were then quantitated(More)
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