amobarbital


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a barbiturate with sedative and hypnotic effects

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Camara, "Inhibited mitochondrial respiration by amobarbital during cardiac ischaemia improves redox state and reduces matrix [Ca.
If indicated, intra-arterial amobarbital (Amytal) testing can be done to determine eloquence of the vascular territory distal to the lesion.
Mice were quickly anesthetized with sodium amobarbital (Sigma) 5 min after the FST and perfused transcardially with 0.
Or at least diagnostic use of hypnosis or drug-assisted interviews (for example, employing sodium amobarbital or pentobarbital)?
An 'improved version', phenobarbital (Luminal) followed in 1912 and was later joined by the likes of pentobarbital (Nembutal), secobarbital (Seconal) and amobarbital (Amytal).
My colleagues and I started to investigate the metabolism of amobarbital, a sleeping pill of the barbiturate class widely used at that time.
2) and the intracarotid amobarbital procedure (LAP) are complementary structural, functional and cognitive studies employed to detect and characterize lesions in the temporal lobes.
Factors in children that predict performance on the intracarotid amobarbital procedure.
The researchers then injected a barbiturate drug, sodium amobarbital, into an artery leading into her left hemisphere in order to shut down temporarily these language areas.
La literatura medica describe desde el primer paciente tratado con amobarbital (en 1930), pasando por los primeros pacientes tratados con terapia electroconvulsiva (TEC), hasta la actualidad, con tratamientos que se basan en medicamentos con propiedades anticonvulsivas, particularmente las benzodiacepinas y los barbituricos, y en la TEC, sin importar la gravedad o la causa etiologica.
The videotape features an amnesiac patient's response to amobarbital sodium during a therapeutic session.