Comparison of the effect of diisopropyl phenol (ICI 35, 868) and thiopentone on response to somatic pain.

@article{Briggs1982ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the effect of diisopropyl phenol (ICI 35, 868) and thiopentone on response to somatic pain.},
  author={L Patricia Briggs and John W. Dundee and Murat Bahar and Richard S. J. Clarke},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  year={1982},
  volume={54 3},
  pages={
          307-11
        }
}
The response to somatic pain with sub-hypnotic doses of ICI 35, 868 (diisopropyl phenol in cremophor) and thiopentone was compared using tibial pressure algesimetry. Studies were also carried out following recovery from larger doses of both drugs. The patients underwent gynaecological procedures using only one of the two i.v. agents and nitrous oxide in oxygen. The studies confirmed the known antanalgesic action of thiopentone and demonstrated that diisopropyl phenol has an analgesic action… CONTINUE READING

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