The physiological effects of intravenous anaesthesia on man

@article{Dobkin1957ThePE,
  title={The physiological effects of intravenous anaesthesia on man},
  author={A. Dobkin and G. Wyant},
  journal={Canadian Anaesthetists’ Society Journal},
  year={1957},
  volume={4},
  pages={295-337}
}
Summary and ConclusionsThe problems of comparing several anaesthetics are reviewed with particular reference to the effects of premedication, the intrinsic activity of drugs and their affinity for certain tissues and the effect of multiple drug interaction. The physiological and pathological states of those patients who are used as subjects of such studies are essential factors to be clearly determined. The effects of acute tolerance, cumulation and tachyphylaxis were also cited as factors to… Expand
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  • C. Imig, B. F. Randall, H. Hines
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine
  • 1953
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