methoxyflurane


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methoxyflurane

 [mĕ-thok″se-floo´rān]
a highly potent inhalational anesthetic agent, used primarily to produce analgesia during the first stage of labor; its use in surgery is limited by a dose-related nephrotoxicity to procedures of short duration.

methoxyflurane

/meth·oxy·flu·rane/ (mĕ-thok″se-floo´rān) a highly potent inhalational anesthetic agent.

methoxyflurane

methoxyflurane

an ether derivative compound used as a general anesthetic administered by inhalation.
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Medical Developments International has deployed a new cost-effective manufacturing process, which has been developed with the CSIRO to facilitate a ten-fold boost in the production of methoxyflurane, the underlying drug of Penthrox.
Methoxyflurane was used, as well as cotton soaked in ether.
Six-month old male rats (Wistar, 300-400 g) were anaesthetised through inhalation of methoxyflurane before sacrifice, hence the caudal arteries were removed.
The others include fluorocarbons such as perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS), perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), methoxyflurane, enflurane, polyvinylidene fluoride, etc.
Three doctors Kacey O'Rourke, Stuart McMaster and Karin Lust reported that a 33-year-old Brisbane woman appeared to have developed hepatitis from three doses of the drug known as methoxyflurane or Penthrox.
The volatile liquids include desflurane (Suprane), enflurane (Ethrane), halothane (Fluothane), isoflurane (Forane), methoxyflurane (Penthrane), and sevoflurane (Ultane).
Minimum alveolar concentrations in man on awakening from methoxyflurane, isoflurane, ether and fluroxene anesthesia: MAC awake.
The most common gas anesthetic agents included diethyl ether, halothane, methoxyflurane, and nitrous oxide--oxygen in conjunction with narcotics such as morphine and meperidine.
Ether, cyclopropane, and methoxyflurane were abandoned in favor of halothane and isoflurane.
For implantation, mice were lightly anesthetized with methoxyflurane, and the pellet was placed beneath the skin dorsally above the shoulders.
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