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Disease relevance of Methohexitone

 

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  • PURPOSES: We report our experience with sodium methohexital (Brevital) as an anesthetic used in the Wada test for language and memory in 86 epilepsy surgery patients (173 procedures) [5].
  • 1. Male, Wistar rats were treated with streptozotocin (STZ, 70 mg kg-1, i.p.) or saline and chronically instrumented with pulsed Doppler probes and intravascular catheters (implanted under sodium methohexitone anaesthesia) to allow assessment of haemodynamics in the conscious state 28 days later [6].
  • Preliminary observations on the effects of hydrocortisone and sodium methohexital on development of Sarcophaga (Curranea) tibialis Macquart (Diptera: Sarcophagidae), and implications for estimating post mortem interval [7].
  • Twenty-four hours after a 30 percent body surface contact burn (Brevital anesthesia) and a 48-hour fast with saline and ten percent dextrose ad libitim gastric secretions were collected for two hours following pyloric ligation under urethan anesthesia [8].
  • Anesthetized toads (Brevital sodium; 40 mg/kg im) were fitted with a cloacal thermistor and femoral artery cannula [9].
 

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