Toxicity following methoxyflurane anaesthesia. IV. The role of obesity and the effect of low dose anaesthesia on fluoride metabolism and renal function.

@article{Samuelson1976ToxicityFM,
  title={Toxicity following methoxyflurane anaesthesia. IV. The role of obesity and the effect of low dose anaesthesia on fluoride metabolism and renal function.},
  author={Peter Samuelson and R G Merin and Donald R. Taves and Richard B. Freeman and J F Calimlim and Teruo Kumazawa},
  journal={Canadian Anaesthetists' Society journal},
  year={1976},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={465-79}
}
Seven obese and five normal weight patients were studied before, during and after one hour of methoxyflurane-nitrous oxide anaesthesia during peripheral surgical operations and compared with eight patients of normal weight anaesthetized with nitrous oxide-meperidine and d-tubocurare. Estimates were made of renal function, including serum and urinary… CONTINUE READING