A general anesthetic having moderate potency, administered by inhalation.
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(These never appeared.) Other agents which went to further trials were Teflurane (8) ([CF.sub.3]CHFBr), a gas, and halopropane (9) ([CF.sub.3][CF.sub.2][CH.sub.2]Br).
The cardiovascular effects of Teflurane in the cat.
Another compound, teflurane, initially showed some promise (2).