hydrate for emergent pediatric procedural sedation: a new look at an old drug.
hydrate intoxication in a 3-month-old child: Avoidance of hemodialysis by an immediate determination of trichloroethanol.
The rest three parts contain 0.2, 0.4, and 0.6 g of chloral
hydrate with 2 ml from the stock 4PNPAN solution.
At the end of 21 days treatment period, all of the animals were decapitated under high dose chloral
hydrate anesthesia, 12-14 hours after the last injection; and the brain tissue was quickly taken out of the cranium.
The animals were anesthetized for all procedures with an intraperitoneal injection of chloral
Infarct volume was examined 48 h after MCAO; the rats were anesthetized with chloral
hydrate (10%, stored in 4[degrees]C refrigerator) and decapitated.
During the MRI imaging scanning, rats were maintained well anesthetized after the use of 5% chloral
hydrate with the prone position.
After assessment of the neurological defect score, rats (n = 4 per group) were killed using overdose of 10% of chloral
hydrate (4ml/kg BW, i.p.) for the isolation of the brains to measure cerebral infarct volumes using TTC (2, 3, 5-triphenyltetrazolium chloride) staining as previously described by us .
Rats were exposed to 10% chloral
hydrate (300 mg/kg, ip) to induce anesthesia followed by immobilization in a digital stereotaxic instrument (Stoelting, USA).
Under 10% chloral
hydrate anesthesia, rats were irradiated in brain hemisphere (right side: n = 6; left side: n = 6) with a highly collimated 6 MV photon beam from a linear accelerator (Primus-M, Siemens, Germany) with a single dose of approximately 30 Gy.
The lower and upper epidermal layer of fresh leaf (in fragments) were mounted in chloral
hydrate and observed under a microscope.
In the case of generalized convulsions lasting more than 30 min, 3% chloral
hydrate (2 mL/kg body weight, i.p.; Sigma-Aldrich, St.