Nobuoki Tomemori

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Cats were used to assess the significance of differences in animal preparations in the study of anesthetic-induced analgesia. Comparison was made between pentobarbital-anesthetized and decerebrate non-anesthetized cats. Bradykinin dissolved in normal saline was injected into the femoral artery as a noxious stimulus, and the neural response in the spinal(More)
The neurophysiologic mechanism of ketamine-induced analgesia was studied in cats under conditions of electrolytic decerebration or pentobarbital anesthesia. Injection of bradykinin into the femoral artery served as the noxious stimulus and the neural response in the lateral funiculus of the spinal cord was recorded by the multi-unit activity technique.(More)
It is common knowledge that coma and seizures indicate a significant poor prognosis in the patient resuscitated from cardiopulmonary arrest [1-4]. As a less common complication, myoclonic movements have also been reported following severe global ischemic insult [51. We herein report two cases of patients who were still comatose after successful(More)
The effects of thiamylal on the nociceptor-driven neural activity in the spinal cord were studied in decerebrate, non-anesthetized cats. Noxious stimulation was induced by the injection of bradykinin into the femoral artery and the neutral response in the lateral funiculus was measured by the multi-unit activity technique. The effects of thiamylal on the(More)