Potentiation of barbiturate anesthesia by catecholamines.

Abstract

It has already been reported that epinephrine as well as certain other substances, when injected into ani mals on awakening from barbiturate anesthesia, causes a return to sleep (1). In an attempt to further the understanding of the interaction between catecholamines and adrenergic blocking agents in barbiturate anesthesia, the ability of alpha or beta… (More)

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@article{Konga1967PotentiationOB, title={Potentiation of barbiturate anesthesia by catecholamines.}, author={K Konga and Takeshi Mizuguchi and Yasuhiro Omiya and K. Nakai}, journal={Japanese journal of pharmacology}, year={1967}, volume={17 2}, pages={327-8} }