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MAC of 1–653 in Beagle Dogs and New Zealand White Rabbits
The minimum alveolar concentration (MAC) of 1–653 was determined in six beagle dogs and four New Zealand white rabbits and comparison of these results with published MAC values for other anesthetics indicate that 1-653 is likely to be low. Expand
MAC of I-653 in beagle dogs and New Zealand white rabbits.
Comparison of these results with published MAC values for other anesthetics indicate that I-653 is one-third to one-eighth as potent as currently available volatileAnesthetics (enflurane, isofluranes, and halothane). Expand
Minimum Alveolar Concentrations and Oil/Gas Partition Coefficients of Four Anesthetic Isomers
The results suggest that isomer 485, despite its high MAC, does not deviate strikingly from the established correlation between anesthetic potency and lipid solubility. Expand
General anesthetics. 1. Halogenated methyl ethyl ethers as anesthetic agents.
Are convulsant gases also anesthetics
The increase of isoflurane requirement at lower concentrations of flurothyl suggests that anesthetics with a potential to cause convulsions may partly antagonize their own anesthetic effect. Expand
General anesthetics. 4. Methyl pentahaloethyl and methyl heptahaloisopropyl ethers as anesthetic agents.
General anesthetics. 2. Halogenated methyl isopropyl ethers.
N-aryl-N- (4-piperidinyl) amides and pharmaceutical compositions and methods of using these compounds.
The Enamine Alkylation and Acylation of Carbonyl Compounds