chloral hydrate

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a colorless crystalline drug used as a sedative

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An audit of adverse events in children sedated with chloral hydrate or propofol during imaging studies.
Paul had to travel across Port au Prince, about a 2-hour round trip, to borrow the chloral hydrate.
The incident brings back to memory previous chloral explosions that took
In the final scene, and in her final boarding house home, Lily has an epiphany of the meaning of home and family just before she overdoses on chloral hydrate.
MRI Results: Following oral sedation with chloral hydrate, an MRI study of the brain was conducted when CM was age 1:11.
Marilyn, who was addicted to barbiturates, overdosed in 1962 on Nembutal and chloral hydrate.
In most trials, a chloral hydrate sedative was permitted in doses ranging from 500 mg to 2,000 mg per day.
With these patients, drugs on Class 1, 2 and 4 should also be avoided) amiodarone, biaxin chloral hydrate, cocaine as local chloroquine, indapamide, lithium, anaesthetic, dexatrine, chlorpromazine serevent, ventolin, dobutamine, dopamine, cisaprid, zithromax ephedrine, epinephrine, clarithromycin, levophed, appetite disopyramide, suppressant phentermine, domperidone, haldol, dexatrim[R], acutrim[R], mellaril, methadone, sibutramine, ritilin, procainamide, ventolin sotalol Class 1: Drugs that Class 4: Drugs that are weakly are accepted by associated with TdPand/or QT authorities to have prolongation but are unlikely to be a risk of prolonging a risk for TdP when used in usual QT interval and TdP recommended dosages and in patients without other risk factors *.
The rats were first anaesthetized by 4% chloral hydrate intraperitoneally.
e Preferably use alternative chemoprophylaxis Chloral hydrate Both drugs may Concurrent use of increase QT mefloquine and interval.
A seven-week investigation into her death, led by Broward County Medical Examiner and Forensic Pathologist Dr Joshua Perper in combination with the Seminole police and several independent forensic pathologists and toxicologists, had revealed that Anna died of "combined drug intoxication" with the sleeping medication chloral hydrate as the "major component".
So, it is shown in studies [2, 3] that in case of joint deposition of vapor phases of the base material (titanium, aluminium oxide, zirconium oxide, stainless steel) and chloral sodium a material with high volume share of pores is formed.
The medications mentioned prominently in 1976 included among others, Flurazepam, triazolam, chloral hydrate, amylobarbitone, methaqualone, glutethimide, pentobarbital, methyprylone, secobarbital, tryptophan, meprobamate, and the old standby, diphenhydrarnine.