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sopor

 [so´por] (L.)
unnaturally deep or profound sleep.

so·por

(sō'pōr),
An unnaturally deep sleep.
[L.]

sopor

/so·por/ (so´por) [L.] unnaturally deep or profound sleep.

sopor

(sō′pər, -pôr′)
n.
A deep, lethargic, or unnatural sleep.

sopor

[sō′pər]
Etymology: L, deep sleep
a sleep that is as deep or sound as the state of stupor.

methaqualone

An addictive Schedule-II hypnotic-sedative quinazolone with barbiturate-like effects which, when it was legal, was used to reduce anxiety and tension. It was a popular drug of abuse, and it was linked to physical or psychologic dependence.

Clinical findings
Delirium, headache, nausea, pyramidal signs, convulsions, renal and cardiac failure; rarely, aplastic anaemia.
 
Route
Oral, injected, sniffed, smoked.
 
Management of overdose
Haemoperfusion.

Toxic range
> 8 µg/mL, serum; > 300 µg/L, urine.
 
T1/2
20–60 hours.
 
Specimen
Serum, random urine.
 
Method
GC.

so·por

(sō'pŏr)
An unnaturally deep sleep.
[L.]

sopor

[L.] deep or profound sleep.
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