H G Schuler

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The effect of halothane on hemodynamic responses to noxious stimuli was investigated in anesthetized male Sprague-Dawley rats. It was found that increasing the end-tidal halothane concentration from sub-MAC to supra-MAC levels was frequently associated with a reversal of the mean arterial pressure response to a noxious stimulus from a pressor response to(More)
  • J M B Kellogg, I I Rabi, N F Ramsey, Jr, J R Zagharias, Ernest Kempton +5 others
  • 2011
The molecular-beam magnetic-resonance method has been applied to study the radiofrequency spectra of the molecules D2 and HD, in the state J=1.All the measurements were made in applied magnetic fields large enough to decouple the angular momentum vectors concerned. The spectrum of D2 for the transitions mq — — ~1 consists of six lines as in H2. The HD(More)
A combination of fluorescence polarization (FPZ) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques have revealed that ethanol has diverse and domain dependent effects on membrane order. Under some conditions, in the more superficial membrane domains, ethanol actually orders rather disorders membrane structure. Using 1H-NMR we have examined in synaptic(More)
The effect of neuromuscular blockade with vecuronium on the hemodynamic responses to a noxious stimulus was investigated in male Sprague-Dawley rats. The rats were anesthetized with either halothane (group 1, n = 10), or isoflurane (group 2, n = 10). The maximum values for heart rate and mean arterial pressure during the noxious stimulus (base-tail clamp)(More)
Cardiovascular complications frequently occur during status epilepticus. To determine the changes in systemic and pulmonary arterial pressure, cardi output, and left ventricular contractility during seizures, 1-week-old pigs were intubated, paralyzed, mechanicall entilated, and catheterized with a Swan-Ganz catheter. Seizures were induced with intravenous(More)
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