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A rapid, sensitive method for quantifying enflurane in whole blood.

Thermal conductively detection (TCD) in conjunction with gas-liquid chromatography was employed for the analysis of enflurane in n-heptane extracts of whole blood. Enflurane was estimated to be 98 per cent extracted from whole blood by n-heptane. Analysis of enflurane standards ranging in concentration from 4.1 to 813 muM demonstrated linearity, with a correlation coefficient of 0.9999. As little as 8 muM enflurane may be detected in whole blood. TCD gas-liquid chromatography is a rapid and sensitive method for quantifying enflurane in whole blood.[1]


  1. A rapid, sensitive method for quantifying enflurane in whole blood. Miller, M.S., Gandolfi, A.J. Anesthesiology (1979) [Pubmed]
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