Effects of Two New Dissociative Anesthetic Agents, Ketamine and CL‐1848C, on the Respiratory Response to Carbon Dioxide

@article{Kelly1971EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of Two New Dissociative Anesthetic Agents, Ketamine and CL‐1848C, on the Respiratory Response to Carbon Dioxide},
  author={R. Kelly and R. Wilson and D. Traber and L. Priano},
  journal={Anesthesia \& Analgesia},
  year={1971},
  volume={50},
  pages={262–269}
}
ITH THE introduction of phencycliw dine, i , z a new concept in anesthetic management arose. Although phencyclidine was never marketed for use in humans, due to its many side-effects, it led to the development of similar drugs that produced fewer adverse effects. One such compound was 2( 0-chlorophenyl) -2(methylamino) cyclohexanone HCl,3 a phencyclidine derivative, which was given the generic name of ketamine (fig. l a ) . The term “dissociative anesthesia” was used to describe the anesthetic… Expand
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