R. M. Vignes

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Fentanyl citrate or morphine chlorhydrate are injected intramuscularly at increasing doses to patients suffering from intense pain in the facial or trigeminal nerves territory: --fentanyl = 0.0015, 0.003, 0.006 mg/kg; --morphine = 0.100, 0.150, 0.200 mg/kg. The clinically observed side-effects are noted at regular time during the three hours following the(More)
INTRODUCTION The cerebral venous system is poorly known and is best appreciated based on macroscopic anatomical considerations. We present an anatomical and immunohistochemical study to better define the morphological characteristics of the junction between the inferior cortical veins and the transversal sinuses. MATERIAL AND METHODS Sixteen cadaveric(More)
We study the information included in sandfly wings in order to test this organ as a source for the specific discrimination. The cartesian coordinates of the vein intersections are collected using a microscope and a graphic table. From these data a specifically developed software searches for discriminant characters. The present study on 32 New World species(More)
In the case of a conscious man suffering from a painful injury in the facial and trigeminal nerves, the administration of intra-muscular injections of increasing doses of morphine and sulfentanil provokes constant analgesia in direct proportion to the administered dose. The admitted dosages for each product are as follows. M = 0,100, 0,150, 0,200 mg/kg S =(More)
Side-effects of increasing doses of morphine (0.100, 0.150, 0.200 mg/kg) and buprenorphine (0.0015, 0.003, 0.006 mg/kg), given intramuscularly, are clinically observed in conscient subjects suffering from intense pain in the facial or trigeminal nerves territory. Buprenorphine induces a drop in ventilation even with the lower doses, which persists for(More)
Morphine chlorhydrate and buprenorphine chlorhydrate are given intramuscularly at increasing doses to patients suffering from intense pain in the facial or trigeminal nerves territory. No other drugs are used. The diverses groups of ten patients received respectively: --morphine: 0.100, 0.150, 0.200 mg/kg; --buprenorphine: 0.0015, 0.003, 0.006 mg/kg. On the(More)
Fentanyl citrate is administered intramuscularly at increasing doses to patients suffering from an intense pain in the facial or trigeminal nerves territory. Fentanyl induces a very intense analgesia which develops during the hour following the administration. The intensity and the duration of the effect are dose related. Compared to that of morphine(More)
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