Xenon has greater inhibitory effects on spinal dorsal horn neurons than nitrous oxide in spinal cord transected cats.

@article{Miyazaki1999XenonHG,
  title={Xenon has greater inhibitory effects on spinal dorsal horn neurons than nitrous oxide in spinal cord transected cats.},
  author={Yasuyuki Miyazaki and Takehiko Adachi and Jun Utsumi and Tsutomu Shichino and Hajime Segawa},
  journal={Anesthesia and analgesia},
  year={1999},
  volume={88 4},
  pages={893-7}
}
UNLABELLED Xenon (Xe) suppresses wide dynamic range neurons in cat spinal cord to a similar extent as nitrous oxide (N2O). The antinociceptive action of N2O involves the descending inhibitory system. To clarify whether the descending inhibitory system is also involved in the antinociceptive action of Xe, we compared the effects of Xe on the spinal cord dorsal horn neurons with those of N2O in spinal cord-transected cats anesthetized with alpha-chloralose and urethane. We investigated the change… CONTINUE READING
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