general anesthetic


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The FDA is adding its warning to the labels of 11 general anesthetics and sedatives, including desflurane, halothane, ketamine, lorazepam injection, methohexital, pentobarbital, and propofol.
General anesthetics can be classified as injectable, gases, or volatile liquids.
we can get closer to finding a single agent, a single general anesthetic to use rather than a bunch of drugs together," says Tim Hales of George Washington University in Washington, D.
Despite the risk involved in giving young children a general anesthetic, "there comes a point where it's clear the more conservative options aren't working.
To meet the needs of other major, under served medical markets while lowering development risks, Manhattan Pharmaceuticals also developing PTH (1-34), a peptide believed to be a regulator of epidermal cell growth, under development for psoriasis and other dermatological conditions and Propofol Lingual Spray, a convenient, proprietary lingual spray formulation of propofol, the world's best-selling general anesthetic, as a sedative-hypnotic for use during diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
This will reduce the need for laparoscopy, which requires a general anesthetic.
Manhattan is developing Propofol LS as a safe, convenient, noninvasive formulation of propofol, the world's best selling intravenous general anesthetic.
Someday, a whiff of the inert gas and general anesthetic xenon may help reveal the inner workings of the lungs and the brain.
Later, the team put the monkeys to sleep with a general anesthetic, then drilled each primate's teeth and packed them with silver dental amalgam.
The Company is developing a convenient, proprietary lingual spray formulation of propofol, the world's best-selling general anesthetic, as a sedative-hypnotic for use during diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
As with conventional in vitro fertilization, the woman is primed with hormones to promote the development of several oocytes, and she receives a general anesthetic for the procedure.
Hallmarq's standing equine MRI system was introduced in 2002 and avoids the dangers associated with subjecting the horse to a general anesthetic, which is necessary if using a modified human MRI scanner.
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