Amobarbital metabolism in man: determination of N-hydroxyamobarbital and 3'-hydroxylation of amobarbital in urine by gas chromatography chemical ionization mass spectrometry.
A case of deficiency of N-hydroxylation of amobarbital. Clin Pharmacol Ther.
A method to study drug metabolism in populations: racial differences in amobarbital metabolism.
In 1949 Juhn Wada, a Japanese neurologist, used intracarotid amobarbital or amytal, a barbiturate sedative, to arrest uncontrollable seizures.
During intracarotid amobarbital testing there is temporary pharmacological ablation of the abnormal hippocampus.
Gottlieb was presented with the therapeutic challenge of treating a young man with psychogenic amnesia-the only such case he's ever seen-he obtained the patient's consent to perform an interview using amobarbital
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Conditions under which amobarbital
sodium influences contrast in consummatory behavior.
During the acute phase of CD, parenteral amobarbital
or lorazepam may be helpful especially if a traumatic event was recently experienced.
Recovery time as a measure of CER strength: effect of benzodiazepines, amobarbital
, chlorpromazine and amphetamine.
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A Wada (intracarotid sodium amobarbital
test) showed language to be located on the left and a left temporal grid was recommended for language and precise seizure mapping.