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Pharmacokinetics of dextropropoxyphene in acute poisoning.
- J. Schou, H. Angelo, W. Dam, K. Jensen, J. Christensen
- Archives of toxicology. Supplement. = Archiv fur…
Dextropropoxyphene (DP) is a commonly used medicament for suicide attempts in Denmark. Death may occur from respiratory depression or cardiac arrest. Mechanical hyperventilation which induces… Expand
The treatment of barbiturate poisoning with or without analeptics.
T HREE times during the past twenty years the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry of the American Medical Association has deemed it of sufficient importance to repori on the use of analeptic drugs in… Expand
GARBOGAIN®– A NEW LOCAL ANAESTHETIC
The local analgesic properties of CarbocainB were first described by B. AF EKENSTAM et al. (1956)l. Toxicity studies showed that it was more toxic than procaine, but less so than lidocaine (H. R.… Expand
Cerebral Apoplexy (Stroke) Treated With or Without Prolonged Artificial Hyperventilation: 1. Cerebral Circulation, Clinical Course, and Cause of Death
Fifty patients with severe cerebral apoplexy were treated with artificial hyperventilation of three days' duration facilitated by general anesthesia (barbiturates and muscle relaxants) and instituted… Expand
Paradoxical Effect On Peripheral Blood Flow After Sympathetic Blockades in Patients With Gangrene Due To Arteriosclerosis Obliterans
From the Departments of Clinical Physiology and Anesthesiology, Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen, Denmark. The literature on the effect of vasodilating procedures in the treatment of arterial… Expand
Treatment of patients with pulmonary oedema in an intensive therapy department.
SUMMARY Fifty-three patients with pulmonary oedema were treated in an intensive therapy department. The treatment consisted of decrease in transmural pressure in the pulmonary capillaries by means of… Expand
Inadequate postanesthetic ventilation. Curare, anesthetic, narcotic, diffusion hypoxia.
BLOCKING OF THE VAGUS NERVE RELIEVING OSTEOARTHROPATHY IN LUNG DISEASES.
Respiratory complications in patients with intoxication.