etomidate

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etomidate

 [ĕ-tom´ĭ-dāt]
a sedative and hypnotic, administered intravenously for induction and maintenance of general anesthesia and as a supplement to low-potency anesthetics for maintenance of anesthesia during short operative procedures.

etomidate

A general anaesthetic drug. A brand name is Hypnomidate.
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Schafer, "Bis(amidate) titanium precatalyst for the intermolecular hydroamination of allenes," Inorganica Chimica Acta, vol.
N., Amidate Ligands for the oxovanadium(IV) cation: Design, Synthesis, Structure, Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Properties, Inorg.
This product is the genetic version of Hospira Inc.'s Amidate injection, which is indicated for the induction of general anesthesia.
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M2 PHARMA-August 7, 2012-Mylan Inc unveils generic FDA approved Amidate Injection for general anesthesia(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
The injectable agents include droperidol (Inapsinc), etomidare (Amidate), fospropofol (Lusedra), ketamine (Ketalar), methohexital (Brevital), midazolam (Versed), propofol (Diprivan), and sodium thiopental (Pentothal).
Her research focuses on the application of early transition metal amidate complexes as tunable and novel complexes for the catalytic synthesis of amines.
Polyisocyanates can be stabilized by capping a living polymer chain amidate anion with an acyl chloride in the presence of an amine catalyst.
Furthermore, recent experimental and theoretical works described that the electrical properties of such composites are dependent on the concentration, type, and aspect ratio of CNTs [18, 19], as well as their state of dispersion and orientation in the matrix [20], Therefore, properly dispersing and orienting CNTs into polymer substrates has attracted lots of interests, and noncovalent connection of physical adsorption, wrapping, and covalent connection of chemical modification like oxidize and amidate, even additional magnetic and electric fields were employed to align CNTs individually in the matrix [21-24].
Recently, however, Laurel Schafer and postdoctoral fellow Zhe Zhang at the University of British Columbia have prepared a novel bis-(amidate)titanium precatalyst 1 (Scheme 1) that is highly active and regioselective in the hydroamination of terminal alkynes.
Frequency factors are taken into account (for instance, the diamine DA can be amidated twice but ethylated four times), and two diethylated amines DAE[t.sub.2] were distinguished, one symmetric and one asymmetric, of which only the asymmetric (probability 0.333) can still amidate the ester.
The reason is that all attempts to amidate PET in the melt resulted so far in crosslinked products.