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Cholinolytics in the treatment of anticholinesterase poisoning. V. The effectiveness of Parpanit with oximes in the treatment of organophosphorus poisoning.
The effectiveness of Parpanit in the treatment of organophosphorus poisoning was examined and compared with that of atropine sulfate. The potency of Parpanit was assessed in the mouse, rat, hamster,Expand
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The induction of methaemoglobinemia as an adjunct to therapy for tabun poisoning.
The protective and therapeutic effectiveness of p-aminopropiophenone (PAPP) against tabun poisoning in the rat has been examined. The relationship between dosage of PAPP and percentage of methaemog...
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Cholinolytics in the treatment of anticholinesterase poisoning. II. Treatment of sarin poisoning with an oxime and various combinations of cholinolytic compounds.
Thirty-four cholinolytic compounds were screened for protective activity in mice and rats exposed to sarin. All compounds were examined at a dosage of 50 μmoles/kg in the presence of 30 mg/kg of N-...
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The effect of dietary fat and the repeated withdrawal of small samples of blood cholesterol levels in the rat.
Extensive studies of the effects of dietary fat on the blood cholesterol levels of man have produced conclusive evidence that certain fats of terrestrial animal origin are hypercholesteremic, whileExpand
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Effect of Dietary Fat and Extent of Blood Sampling on the Level of Plasma Cholesterol in the Rat
Effect of Dietary Fat and Extent of Blood Sampling on the Level of Plasma Cholesterol in the Rat
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Oral prophylaxis for anticholinesterase poisoning.
A method of protection against poisoning by cholinesterase inhibitors involving the use of N-methyl pyridinium-2-aldoxime methanesulphonate (P-2-S) orally, prior to exposure to the anticholinestera...
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PREPARATION OF ANTIDOTES FOR ANTICHOLINESTERASE POISONING III. ESTERS OF 1-ARYLCYCLOALKANECARBOXYLIC ACIDS
In preceding papers of this series (1, 2) the preparation of several analogues of 5'diethylaminoethyl 1-phenylcyclopentanecarboxylate hydrochloride (Parpanit) and certain of their quaternary saltsExpand
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Cholinolytics in the treatment of anticholinesterase poisoning. I. The effectiveness of certain cholinolytics in combination with an oxime for treatment of sarin poisoning.
The protection to sarin poisoning afforded mice by treatment with N-methylpyridinium-2-aldoxime methanesulphonate (P-2-S) in combination with each of 34 cholinolytic compounds used as substitutes forExpand
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