Spinal anaesthesia for elective surgery a comparison of hyperbaric solution of racemic
On the other hand, many pyrethroids are marketed as racemic
mixtures, which have in equal enantiomeric proportions.
Future studies will need to examine the antisuicidal and antidepressant effects of the most commonly used racemic
ketamine dose (0.5 mg/kg), compared with 84 mg intranasal esketamine.
Comparison of racemic
bupivacaine, ropivacaine and levobupivacaine for pediatric caudal anaesthesia: effects on postoperative analgesia and motor block.
Epidural pain relief in labour: potencies of levobupivacaine and racemic
The novel polyphosphoester P-12 and some anthracene-derived compounds, among them, the a-aminophosphonates A-3-A-6, their precursors the Schiff bases S-1 and S-2, the bis-aminophosphonate B-6, the two enantiomers A-5a and A-5b of the racemic
A-5, and the polyphosphoesters P-8-P-11, containing aminophosphonate units, have been tested for cytotoxicity against a panel of human tumor cell lines: HL60, SKW-3, REH, and K-562.
Most of these studies were comparing S-AM (2.5 to 5 mg) to racemic
amlodipine (5 to 10 mg) and found near equal antihypertensive efficacy with lower incidence of side effects.
The spectral data completely correspond to the racemic
She was treated with an additional dose of nebulized racemic
epinephrine and was given IV dexamethasone (0.5mg/kg) upon arrival.
Spinal anaesthesia for elective surgery: A comparison of hyperbaric solution of racemic
bupivacaine, levobupivacaine and ropivacaine.
The present study evaluated the [ISO.sub.MAC] in dogs premedicated with an acepromazine-morphine combination followed by a single intramuscular dose of racemic
or S(+)-ketamine administered after anesthetic induction with propofol.
(38) When the mixture of enantiomers is fifty-fifty, it is known as a "racemic
" mixture, and the separation into enantiomers or "racemates" is sometimes called a "chiral switch." (39)