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    1. Ishiguro, Y; Goto, T; Nakata, Y; Terui, K; Niimi, Y; Morita, S
      Effect of xenon on autonomic cardiovascular control - Comparison with isoflurane and nitrous oxide

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ANESTHESIA
    2. Nakata, Y; Goto, T; Ishiguro, Y; Terui, K; Niimi, Y; Morita, S
      Xenon suppresses the hypnotic arousal in response to surgical stimulation

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ANESTHESIA
    3. CRAWFORD MW; LERMAN J; SLOAN MH; SIKICH N; HALPERN L; BISSONNETTE B
      RECOVERY CHARACTERISTICS OF PROPOFOL ANESTHESIA, WITH AND WITHOUT NITROUS-OXIDE - A COMPARISON WITH HALOTHANE NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA IN CHILDREN

      Paediatric anaesthesia
    4. PETERSENFELIX S; LUGINBUHL M; SCHNIDER TW; CURATOLO M; ARENDTNIELSEN L; ZBINDEN AM
      COMPARISON OF THE ANALGESIC POTENCY OF XENON AND NITROUS-OXIDE IN HUMANS EVALUATED BY EXPERIMENTAL PAIN

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    5. UTSUMI J; ADACHI T; KURATA J; MIYAZAKI Y; SHIBATA M; MURAKAWA M; ARAI T; MORI K
      EFFECT OF XENON ON CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY DURING SEVOFLURANE ANESTHESIA IN CATS - COMPARISON WITH NITROUS-OXIDE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    6. MCKINNEY MS; FEE JPH
      CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF 50-PERCENT NITROUS-OXIDE IN OLDER ADULT PATIENTS ANESTHETIZED WITH ISOFLURANE OR HALOTHANE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    7. UBAGS LH; KALKMAN CJ; HARRIS DNF; DRUMMOND JC
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF NITROUS-OXIDE AND PROPOFOL ON MYOGENIC TRANSCRANIAL MOTOR EVOKED-RESPONSES DURING SUFENTANIL ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    8. GOTO T; SAITO H; NAKATA Y; UEZONO S; ICHINOSE F; MORITA S
      EMERGENCE TIMES FROM XENON ANESTHESIA ARE INDEPENDENT OF THE DURATIONOF ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    9. KATOH T; IKEDA K; BITO H
      DOES NITROUS-OXIDE ANTAGONIZE SEVOFLURANE-INDUCED HYPNOSIS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    10. MA D; WANG C; PACSOO CK; CHAKRABARTI MK; WHITWAM JG
      DISSOCIATION BETWEEN THE EFFECT OF NITROUS-OXIDE ON SPONTANEOUS AND REFLEXIVLY EVOKED SYMPATHETIC ACTIVITY IN DOGS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    11. KIYAMA S; TSUZAKI K
      PROCESSED ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM DURING COMBINED EXTRADURAL AND GENERAL-ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    12. KORMAN B; MAPLESON WW
      CONCENTRATION AND 2ND GAS EFFECTS - CAN THE ACCEPTED EXPLANATION BE IMPROVED

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    13. REINSTRUP P; RYDING E; ALGOTSSON L; BERNTMAN L; USKI T
      REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW (SPECT) DURING ANESTHESIA WITH ISOFLURANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE IN HUMANS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    14. TRAMER M; MOORE A; MCQUAY H
      METAANALYTIC COMPARISON OF PROPHYLACTIC ANTIEMETIC EFFICACY FOR POSTOPERATIVE NAUSEA AND VOMITING - PROPOFOL ANESTHESIA VS OMITTING NITROUS-OXIDE VS TOTAL IV ANESTHESIA WITH PROPOFOL

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    15. LANNES M; DESPARMET JF; ZIFKIN BG
      GENERALIZED SEIZURES ASSOCIATED WITH NITROUS-OXIDE IN AN INFANT

      Anesthesiology
    16. GOTO T; SAITO H; SHINKAI M; NAKATA Y; ICHINOSE F; MORITA S
      XENON PROVIDES FASTER EMERGENCE FROM ANESTHESIA THAN DOES NITROUS-OXIDE SEVOFLURANE OR NITROUS-OXIDE ISOFLURANE

      Anesthesiology
    17. ZHOU HH; MEHTA M; LEIS AA
      SPINAL-CORD MOTONEURON EXCITABILITY DURING ISOFLURANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    18. HOERAUF K; FUNK W; HARTH M; HOBBHAHN J
      OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO SEVOFLURANE, HALOTHANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE DURING PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIA - WASTE-GAS EXPOSURE DURING PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIA

      Anaesthesia
    19. BRYDEN FMM; MCFARLANE H; TUNSTALL ME; ROSS JAS
      ISOFLURANE FOR REMOVAL OF CHEST DRAINS AFTER CARDIAC-SURGERY

      Anaesthesia
    20. NEL MR; WATTS JD; LOCKWOOD GG
      AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD OF NITROUS-OXIDE DELIVERY INTO A MINIMAL-FLOW CIRCLE BREATHING SYSTEM

      Anaesthesia
    21. SCHOU H; DESA VP; ROSCHER R; LARSSON A
      NITROUS-OXIDE REDUCES INSPIRED OXYGEN FRACTION BUT DOES NOT COMPROMISE CIRCULATION AND OXYGENATION DURING HEMODILUTION IN PIGS

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    22. CAMPBELL C; ANDREEN M; BATTITO MF; CAMPORESI EM; GOLDBERG ME; GROUNDS RM; HOBBHAHN J; LUMB P; MURRAY JM; SOLANKI DR; HEARD SO; CORIAT P
      A PHASE-III, MULTICENTER, OPEN-LABEL, RANDOMIZED, COMPARATIVE-STUDY EVALUATING THE EFFECT OF SEVOFLURANE VERSUS ISOFLURANE ON THE MAINTENANCE OF ANESTHESIA IN ADULT ASA CLASS-I, CLASS-II, AND CLASS-III INPATIENTS

      Journal of clinical anesthesia
    23. KARABIYIK L; BOZKIRLI F; CELEBI H; GOKSU N
      EFFECT OF NITROUS-OXIDE ON MIDDLE-EAR PRESSURE - A COMPARISON BETWEENINHALATIONAL ANESTHESIA WITH NITROUS-OXIDE AND TIVA

      European journal of anaesthesiology
    24. DZOLJIC M; ERDMANN W; DZOLJIC MR
      VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS AND NITROUS OXIDE-INDUCED NEURONAL DEPRESSION - ROLE FOR BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTORS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    25. LENNANDER O; HENRIKSSON BA; MARTNER J; BIBER B
      EFFECTS OF FENTANYL, NITROUS-OXIDE, OR BOTH, ON BARORECEPTOR REFLEX REGULATION IN THE CAT

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    26. GOTO T; MAROTA JJA; CROSBY G
      VOLATILE ANESTHETICS ANTAGONIZE NITROUS-OXIDE AND MORPHINE-INDUCED ANALGESIA IN THE RAT

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    27. PAL SK; SHARPE R; NATHWANI D; NEWTON DEF
      AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES, MEDIAN FREQUENCY AND 95-PERCENT SPECTRAL EDGE DURING ANESTHESIA WITH DESFLURANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    28. NYARWAYA JB; PIERRE S; MAZOIT JX; UMBRAIN V; ROMAIN M; SAMII K; DHOLLANDER A
      EFFECTS OF CARBON-DIOXIDE EMBOLISM WITH NITROUS-OXIDE IN THE INSPIREDGAS IN PIGLETS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    29. TRAMER M; MOORE A; MCQUAY H
      OMITTING NITROUS-OXIDE IN GENERAL-ANESTHESIA - METAANALYSIS OF INTRAOPERATIVE AWARENESS AND POSTOPERATIVE EMESIS IN RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    30. JOYCE CJ; BAKER AB; PARKINSON R; ZACHARIAS M
      NITROUS-OXIDE AND THE RATE OF GAS UPTAKE FROM AN UNVENTILATED LUNG INDOGS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    31. SUN WZ; SHYU BC; SHIEH JY
      NITROUS-OXIDE OR HALOTHANE, OR BOTH, FAIL TO SUPPRESS C-FOS EXPRESSION IN RAT SPINAL-CORD DORSAL HORN NEURONS AFTER SUBCUTANEOUS FORMALIN

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    32. ROPCKE H; SCHWILDEN H
      INTERACTION OF ISOFLURANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE COMBINATIONS SIMILAR FOR MEDIAN ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC FREQUENCY AND CLINICAL ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    33. LESLIE K; SESSLER DI; SMITH WD; LARSON MD; OZAKI M; BLANCHARD D; CRANKSHAW DP
      PREDICTION OF MOVEMENT DURING PROPOFOL NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA - PERFORMANCE OF CONCENTRATION, ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC, PUPILLARY, AND HEMODYNAMIC INDICATORS

      Anesthesiology
    34. EINARSSON S; STENQVIST O; BENGTSSON A; NOREN H; BENGTSON JP
      GAS KINETICS DURING NITROUS-OXIDE ANALGESIA FOR LABOR

      Anaesthesia
    35. ENLUND M; KOBOSKO P; RHODIN A
      A COST-BENEFIT EVALUATION OF USING PROPOFOL AND ALFENTANIL FOR A SHORT GYNECOLOGICAL PROCEDURE

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    36. SPLINTER WM; ROBERTS DJ; RHINE EJ; MACNEILL HB; KOMOCAR L
      NITROUS-OXIDE DOES NOT INCREASE VOMITING IN CHILDREN AFTER MYRINGOTOMY

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    37. CAMPBELL C; NAHRWOLD ML; MILLER DD
      CLINICAL COMPARISON OF SEVOFLURANE AND ISOFLURANE WHEN ADMINISTERED WITH NITROUS-OXIDE FOR SURGICAL-PROCEDURES OF INTERMEDIATE DURATION

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    38. CAMPBELL DJ; ROWBOTHAM DJ; LAMBERT DG
      DO NITROUS-OXIDE AND HALOTHANE INFLUENCE OPIOID RECEPTOR-BINDING IN SH-SY5Y HUMAN NEUROBLASTOMA-CELLS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    39. RUNDSHAGEN I; KOCHS E; ESCH JSA
      SURGICAL STIMULATION INCREASES MEDIAN NERVE SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED RESPONSES DURING ISOFLURANE NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    40. WATTS JD; NEL MR; LOCKWOOD GG
      NITROUS-OXIDE IN A VERY LOW-FLOW BREATHING SYSTEM

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    41. JOYCE CJ; BAKER AB; CHARTRES S
      INFLUENCE OF INSPIRED NITROGEN CONCENTRATION DURING ANESTHESIA FOR CORONARY-ARTERY BYPASS-GRAFTING ON POSTOPERATIVE ATELECTASIS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    42. YAGI M; MASHIMO T; KAWAGUCHI T; YOSHIYA I
      ANALGESIC AND HYPNOTIC EFFECTS OF SUBANAESTHETIC CONCENTRATIONS OF XENON IN HUMAN VOLUNTEERS - COMPARISON WITH NITROUS-OXIDE

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    43. HADZIC A; GLAB K; SANBORN KV; THYS DM
      SEVERE NEUROLOGIC DEFICIT AFTER NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    44. KALKMAN CJ; UBAGS LH; BEEN HD; SWAAN A; DRUMMOND JC
      IMPROVED AMPLITUDE OF MYOGENIC MOTOR EVOKED-RESPONSES AFTER PAIRED TRANSCRANIAL ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION DURING SUFENTANIL NITROUS OXIDE ANESTHESIA/

      Anesthesiology
    45. SARNER JB; LEVINE M; DAVIS PJ; LERMAN J; COOK R; MOTOYAMA EK
      CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SEVOFLURANE IN CHILDREN - A COMPARISON WITH HALOTHANE

      Anesthesiology
    46. FRANKS JJ; HORN JL; JANICKI PK; SINGH G
      HALOTHANE, ISOFLURANE, XENON, AND NITROUS-OXIDE INHIBIT CALCIUM-ATPASE PUMP ACTIVITY IN RAT-BRAIN SYNAPTIC PLASMA-MEMBRANES

      Anesthesiology
    47. CHEAM EWS; DOB DP; SKELLY AM; LOCKWOOD GG
      THE EFFECT OF NITROUS-OXIDE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF PSYCHOMOTOR TESTS -A DOSE-RESPONSE STUDY

      Anaesthesia
    48. BRIMACOMBE J; BERRY A
      LARYNGEAL MASK AIRWAY CUFF PRESSURE AND POSITION DURING ANESTHESIA LASTING ONE TO 2 HOURS

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    49. TSAI YC; LIN SS; LEE KC; CHANG CL
      CEREBRAL EFFECTS OF NITROUS-OXIDE DURING ISOFLURANE-INDUCED HYPOTENSION IN THE PIG

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    50. TSAI YC; LIN SS; LEE KC; CHANG CL
      CEREBRAL EFFECTS OF NITROUS-OXIDE DURING ISOFLURANE-INDUCED HYPOTENSION IN THE PIG

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    51. HAMAYA Y; NISHIKAWA T; DOHI S
      DIURETIC EFFECT OF CLONIDINE DURING ISOFLURANE, NITROUS-OXIDE, AND OXYGEN ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    52. VERHAEGEN M; TODD MM; WARNER DS
      ISCHEMIC DEPOLARIZATION DURING HALOTHANE-NITROUS OXIDE AND ISOFLURANE-NITROUS OXIDE ANESTHESIA - AN EXAMINATION OF CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW THRESHOLDS AND TIMES TO DEPOLARIZATION

      Anesthesiology
    53. REINSTRUP P; RYDING E; ALGOTSSON L; BERNTMAN L; USKI T
      EFFECTS OF NITROUS-OXIDE ON HUMAN REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND ISOLATED PIAL-ARTERIES

      Anesthesiology
    54. DWYER RC; RAMPIL IJ; EGER EI; BENNETT HL
      THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM DOES NOT PREDICT DEPTH OF ISOFLURANE ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    55. OHLSON KBE; MOHELL N; CANNON B; LINDAHL SGE; NEDERGAARD J
      THERMOGENESIS IN BROWN ADIPOCYTES IN INHIBITED BY VOLATILE ANESTHETICAGENTS - A FACTOR CONTRIBUTING TO HYPOTHERMIA IN INFANTS

      Anesthesiology
    56. FUJINAGA M; BADEN JM
      METHIONINE PREVENTS NITROUS OXIDE-INDUCED TERATOGENICITY IN RAT EMBRYOS GROWN IN CULTURE

      Anesthesiology
    57. REASONER DK; TODD MM; SCAMMAN FL; WARNER DS
      THE INCIDENCE OF PNEUMOCEPHALUS AFTER SUPRATENTORIAL CRANIOTOMY - OBSERVATIONS ON THE DISAPPEARANCE OF INTRACRANIAL AIR

      Anesthesiology
    58. KOCHS E; BISCHOFF P; PICHLMEIER U; AMESCH JS
      SURGICAL STIMULATION INDUCES CHANGES IN BRAIN ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY DURING ISOFLURANE NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA - A TOPOGRAPHIC ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS

      Anesthesiology
    59. CHRISTENSEN B; GUTTORMSEN AB; SCHNEEDE J; RIEDEL B; REFSUM H; SVARDAL A; UELAND PM
      PREOPERATIVE METHIONINE LOADING ENHANCES RESTORATION OF THE COBALAMIN-DEPENDENT ENZYME METHIONINE SYNTHASE AFTER NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    60. YASTER M; KOEHLER RC; TRAYSTMAN RJ
      INTERACTION OF FENTANYL AND NITROUS-OXIDE ON PERIPHERAL AND CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS IN NEWBORN LAMBS

      Anesthesiology
    61. GOTO T; MAROTA JJA; CROSBY G
      NITROUS-OXIDE INDUCES PREEMPTIVE ANALGESIA IN THE RAT THAT IS ANTAGONIZED BY HALOTHANE

      Anesthesiology
    62. CARSTONIU J; LEVYTAM S; NORMAN P; DALEY D; KATZ J; SANDLER AN
      NITROUS-OXIDE IN EARLY LABOR - SAFETY AND ANALGESIC EFFICACY ASSESSEDBY A DOUBLE-BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY

      Anesthesiology
    63. DAY CJE; NOLAN JP; TARVER D
      TRAUMATIC PNEUMOMYELOGRAM - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ANESTHETIST

      Anaesthesia
    64. BENGTSON JP; BENGTSSON A; STENQVIST O
      NITROUS-OXIDE UPTAKE DURING SPONTANEOUS AND CONTROLLED VENTILATION

      Anaesthesia
    65. BENGTSON JP; BENGTSSON A; STENQVIST O
      PREDICTABLE NITROUS-OXIDE UPTAKE ENABLES SIMPLE OXYGEN-UPTAKE MONITORING DURING LOW-FLOW ANESTHESIA

      Anaesthesia
    66. REIMER EJ; MONTGOMERY CJ; BEVAN JC; MERRICK PM; BLACKSTOCK D; POPOVIC V
      PROPOFOL ANESTHESIA REDUCES EARLY POSTOPERATIVE EMESIS AFTER PEDIATRIC STRABISMUS SURGERY

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    67. LAWSON D; SAMANTA S; MAGEE PT; GREGONIS DE
      STABILITY AND LONG-TERM DURABILITY OF RAMAN-SPECTROSCOPY

      Journal of clinical monitoring
    68. EINARSSON S; STENQVIST O; BENGTSSON A; HOULTZ E; BENGTSON JP
      NITROUS-OXIDE ELIMINATION AND DIFFUSION HYPOXIA DURING NORMOVENTILATION AND HYPOVENTILATION

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    69. STREBEL S; KAUFMANN M; BAGGI M; ZENKLUSEN U
      CEREBROVASCULAR CARBON-DIOXIDE REACTIVITY DURING EXPOSURE TO EQUIPOTENT ISOFLURANE AND ISOFLURANE IN NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    70. TOMI K; MASHIMO T; TASHIRO C; YAGI M; PAK M; NISHIMURA S; NISHIMURA M; YOSHIYA I
      ALTERATIONS IN PAIN THRESHOLD AND PSYCHOMOTOR RESPONSE ASSOCIATED WITH SUBANAESTHETIC CONCENTRATIONS OF INHALATION ANESTHETICS IN HUMANS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    71. SAITO S; FUJITA T; IGARASHI M
      EFFECTS OF INHALATIONAL ANESTHETICS ON BIOCHEMICAL EVENTS IN GROWING NEURONAL TIPS

      Anesthesiology
    72. GOLD MI; ABELLO D; HERRINGTON C
      MINIMUM ALVEOLAR CONCENTRATION OF DESFLURANE IN PATIENTS OLDER THAN 65 YR

      Anesthesiology
    73. DEKOCK M; CROCHET B; MORIMONT C; SCHOLTES JL
      INTRAVENOUS OR EPIDURAL CLONIDINE FOR INTRAOPERATIVE AND POSTOPERATIVE ANALGESIA

      Anesthesiology
    74. HYNSON JM; SESSLER DI; MOAYERI A; MCGUIRE J; SCHROEDER M
      THE EFFECTS OF PREINDUCTION WARMING ON TEMPERATURE AND BLOOD-PRESSUREDURING PROPOFOL NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    75. TODD MM; WARNER DS; SOKOLL MD; MAKTABI MA; HINDMAN BJ; SCAMMAN FL; KIRSCHNER J
      A PROSPECTIVE, COMPARATIVE TRIAL OF 3 ANESTHETICS FOR ELECTIVE SUPRATENTORIAL CRANIOTOMY - PROPOFOL FENTANYL, ISOFLURANE NITROUS-OXIDE, ANDFENTANYL NITROUS-OXIDE

      Anesthesiology
    76. NEUMAN GG; SIDEBOTHAM G; NEGOIANU E; BERNSTEIN J; KOPMAN AF; HICKS RG; WEST ST; HARING L
      LAPAROSCOPY EXPLOSION HAZARDS WITH NITROUS-OXIDE

      Anesthesiology


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