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    1. Karabiyik, L; Sardas, S; Polat, U; Kocabas, NA; Karakaya, AE
      Comparison of genotoxicity of sevoflurane and isoflurane in human lymphocytes studied in vivo using the comet assay

      MUTATION RESEARCH-GENETIC TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MUTAGENESIS
    2. Polis, I; Gasthuys, F; Van Ham, L; Laevens, H
      Recovery times and evaluation of clinical hemodynamic parameters of sevoflurane, isoflurane and halothane anaesthesia in mongrel dogs

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE SERIES A-PHYSIOLOGY PATHOLOGY CLINICAL MEDICINE
    3. Johansson, A; Lundberg, D; Luttropp, HH
      Low-flow anaesthesia with desflurane: kinetics during clinical procedures

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
    4. Lerou, JGC; Booij, LHDJ
      Model-based administration of inhalation anaesthesia 1. Developing a system model

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    5. Cantor, RS
      Breaking the Meyer-Overton rule: Pedicted effects of varying stiffness andinterfacial activity on the intrinsic potency of anesthetics

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    6. Eckenhoff, RG
      What are "relevant" concentrations?

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    7. Raines, DE; Claycomb, RJ; Scheller, M; Forman, SA
      Nonhalogenated alkane anesthetics fail to potentiate agonist actions on two ligand-gated ion channels

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    8. Johansson, JS; Zou, H
      Nonanesthetics (nonimmobilizers) and anesthetics display different microenvironment preferences

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    9. Liu, MZ; Hu, XQ; Liu, J
      The effect of hypothermia on isoflurane MAC in children

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    10. Eger, EI; Halsey, MJ; Koblin, DD; Laster, MJ; Ionescu, P; Konigsberger, K; Fan, RL; Nguyen, BV; Hudlicky, T
      The convulsant and anesthetic properties of cis-trans isomers of 1,2-dichlorohexafluorocyclobutane and 1,2-dichloroethylene

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    11. Ip-Yam, PC; Goh, MH; Chan, YH; Kong, CF
      Clinical evaluation of the Mapleson theoretical ideal fresh gas flow sequence at the start of low-flow anaesthesia with isoflurane, sevoflurane and desflurane

      ANAESTHESIA
    12. Suttner, S; Boldt, J
      Low-flow anaesthesia - Does it have potential pharmacoeconomic consequences?

      PHARMACOECONOMICS
    13. Hau, KM; Connell, DW; Richardson, BJ
      Use of partition models in setting health guidelines for volatile organic compounds

      REGULATORY TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    14. Aboul-Enein, HY; Bojarski, J; Szymura-Oleksiak, J
      The impact of chirality of the fluorinated volatile inhalation anaesthetics on their clinical applications

      BIOMEDICAL CHROMATOGRAPHY
    15. Meulenberg, CJW; Vijverberg, HPM
      Empirical relations predicting human and rat tissue : air partition coefficients of volatile organic compounds

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    16. Masaki, E; Ebisawa, T; Kondo, I; Hayashida, K; Matsumoto, Y; Kawamura, M
      P2-purinergic receptor antagonists reduce the minimum alveolar concentration of inhaled volatile anesthetics

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    17. Ishizawa, Y; Sharp, R; Liebman, PA; Eckenhoff, RG
      Halothane binding to a G protein coupled receptor in retinal membranes by photoaffinity labeling

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. Zhang, Y; Trudell, JR; Mascia, MP; Laster, MJ; Gong, DH; Harris, RA; Eger, EI
      The anesthetic potencies of alkanethiols for rats: Relevance to theories of narcosis

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    19. Morgan, PG; Radke, GW; Sedensky, MM
      Effects of nonimmobilizers and halothane on Caenorhabditis elegans

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    20. Suttner, SW; Schmidt, CC; Boldt, J; Huttner, I; Kumle, B; Piper, SN
      Low-flow desflurane and sevoflurane anesthesia minimally affect hepatic integrity and function in elderly patients

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    21. Juza, M; Jakubetz, H; Hettesheimer, H; Schurig, V
      Quantitative determination of isoflurane enantiomers in blood samples during and after surgery via headspace chromatography-mass spectrometry

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY B
    22. Feldman, JM
      A simple strategy for faster induction and more cost-effective use of anesthetic vapor

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MONITORING AND COMPUTING
    23. Behne, M; Wilke, HJ; Lischke, V
      Recovery and pharmacokinetic parameters of desflurane, sevoflurane, and isoflurane in patients undergoing urologic procedures

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ANESTHESIA
    24. Fortney, JT; Halperin, EC; Hertz, CM; Schulman, SR
      Anesthesia for pediatric external beam radiation therapy

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY BIOLOGY PHYSICS
    25. Johansson, JS; Zou, H
      Partitioning of four modern volatile general anesthetics into solvents that model buried amino acid side-chains

      BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Nakata, Y; Goto, T; Ishiguro, Y; Terui, K; Niimi, Y; Morita, S
      Anesthetic doses of sevoflurane to block cardiovascular responses to incision when administered with xenon or nitrous oxide

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    27. Tang, J; Chen, L; White, PF; Watcha, MF; Wender, RH; Naruse, R; Kariger, R; Sloninsky, A
      Recovery profile, costs, and patient satisfaction with propofol and sevoflurane for fast-track office-based anesthesia

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    28. Nakata, Y; Goto, T; Morita, S
      Effects of xenon on hemodynamic responses to skin Incision in humans

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    29. Eger, EI; Halsey, MJ; Harris, RA; Koblin, DD; Pohorille, A; Sewell, JC; Sonner, JM; Trudell, JR
      Hypothesis: Volatile anesthetics produce immobility by acting on two sitesapproximately five carbon atoms apart

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    30. Koblin, DD; Laster, MJ; Ionescu, P; Gong, D; Eger, EI; Halsey, MJ; Hudlicky, T
      Polyhalogenated methyl ethyl ethers: Solubilities and anesthetic properties

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    31. Eger, EI; Ionescu, P; Laster, MJ; Gong, D; Hudlicky, T; Kendig, JJ; Harris, A; Trudell, JR; Pohorille, A
      Minimum alveolar anesthetic concentration of fluorinated alkanols in rats:Relevance to theories of narcosis

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    32. Vivien, B; Langeron, O; Coriat, P; Riou, B
      Minimum alveolar anesthetic concentration of volatile anesthetics in normal and cardiomyopathic hamsters

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    33. NAKATA Y; GOTO T; SAITO H; ICHINOSE F; UEZONO S; SUWA K; MORITA S
      COMPARISON OF ACCELEROMYOGRAPHY AND ELECTROMYOGRAPHY IN VECURONIUM-INDUCED NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKADE WITH XENON OR SEVOFLURANE ANESTHESIA

      Journal of clinical anesthesia
    34. STOCKALL CA
      NEW DRUGS IN ANESTHESIA - CAN WE AFFORD THEM

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    35. Xu, Y; Tang, P; Liachenko, S
      Unifying characteristics of sites of anesthetic action revealed by combined use of anesthetics and non-anesthetics

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    36. Frohlich, D; Rothe, G; Schmitz, G; Hansen, E
      Volatile anaesthetics induce changes in the expression of P-selectin and glycoprotein Ib on the surface of platelets in vitro

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
    37. HENDRICKX JFA; VANZUNDERT AAJ; DEWOLF AM
      SEVOFLURANE PHARMACOKINETICS - EFFECT OF CARDIAC-OUTPUT

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    38. Mapleson, WW; Korman, B
      Concentration and second-gas effects in the water analogue

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA
    39. DANIEL M; WEISKOPF RB; NOORANI M; EGER EI
      FENTANYL AUGMENTS THE BLOCKADE OF THE SYMPATHETIC RESPONSE TO INCISION (MAC-BAR) PRODUCED BY DESFLURANE AND ISOFLURANE - DESFLURANE AND ISOFLURANE MAC-BAR WITHOUT AND WITH FENTANYL

      Anesthesiology
    40. SONNER JM; LI J; KANDEL L; EGER EI
      ETHANOL CONCENTRATIONS APPROACHING MINIMUM ALVEOLAR ANESTHETIC CONCENTRATION ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPRESS LEARNING IN A FEAR-POTENTIATED STARTLE PARADIGM IN RATS

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    41. KAI T; BREMERICH DH; JONES KA; WARNER DO
      DRUG-SPECIFIC EFFECTS OF VOLATILE ANESTHETICS ON CA2-MUSCLE( SENSITIZATION IN AIRWAY SMOOTH)

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    42. EGER EI; GONG D; KOBLIN DD; BOWLAND T; IONESCU P; LASTER MJ; WEISKOPF RB
      THE EFFECT OF ANESTHETIC DURATION ON KINETIC AND RECOVERY CHARACTERISTICS OF DESFLURANE VERSUS SEVOFLURANE, AND ON THE KINETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOUND-A, IN VOLUNTEERS

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    43. GONG DH; WEISKOPF RB; NEUMANN MA; LASTER MJ; EGER EI
      IN RATS BREATHING FROM A NONREBREATHING SYSTEM, SUBSTITUTION OF DESFLURANE FOR ISOFLURANE TOWARD THE END OF ANESTHESIA INCOMPLETELY RESTORES THE TIME OF RECOVERY TOWARD THAT OF DESFLURANE

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    44. MAPLESON WW
      THE THEORETICAL IDEAL FRESH-GAS FLOW SEQUENCE AT THE START OF LOW-FLOW ANESTHESIA

      Anaesthesia
    45. OTTING G; LIEPINSH E; HALLE B; FREY U
      NMR IDENTIFICATION OF HYDROPHOBIC CAVITIES WITH LOW WATER OCCUPANCIESIN PROTEIN STRUCTURES USING SMALL GAS MOLECULES

      Nature structural biology
    46. BAXTER AD
      LOW AND MINIMAL FLOW INHALATIONAL ANESTHESIA

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    47. 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
    48. GALINKIN JL; JANISZEWSKI D; YOUNG CJ; KLAFTA JM; KLOCK PA; COALSON DW; APFELBAUM JL; ZACNY JP
      SUBJECTIVE, PSYCHOMOTOR, COGNITIVE, AND ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF SUBANESTHETIC CONCENTRATIONS OF SEVOFLURANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE

      Anesthesiology
    49. EGER EI; BOWLAND T; IONESCU P; LASTER MJ; FANG ZX; GONG D; SONNER J; WEISKOPF RB
      RECOVERY AND KINETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF DESFLURANE AND SEVOFLURANE INVOLUNTEERS AFTER 8-H EXPOSURE, INCLUDING KINETICS OF DEGRADATION PRODUCTS

      Anesthesiology
    50. 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
    51. SCHAUT DJ; KHONA R; GROSS JB
      SEVOFLURANE INHALATION INDUCTION FOR EMERGENCY CESAREAN-SECTION IN A PARTURIENT WITH NO INTRAVENOUS ACCESS

      Anesthesiology
    52. NAKATA Y; GOTO T; MORITA S
      COMPARISON OF INHALATION INDUCTIONS WITH XENON AND SEVOFLURANE

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    53. HORMANN C; KOLBITSCH C; BENZER A
      THE ROLE OF SEVOFLURANE IN NEUROANESTHESIA PRACTICE

      Acta anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
    54. LANGO T; MORLAND T; BRUBAKK AO
      DIFFUSION-COEFFICIENTS AND SOLUBILITY COEFFICIENTS FOR GASES IN BIOLOGICAL-FLUIDS AND TISSUES - A REVIEW

      Undersea & hyperbaric medicine
    55. THOMSON IR
      NEW VOLATILE ANESTHETICS IN CARDIOVASCULA R ANESTHESIA - ONE-STEP FORWARD, 2 STEPS BACK

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    56. WILLIAMS RJ; VINEGAR A; MCDOUGAL JN; JARABEK AM; FISHER JW
      RAT TO HUMAN EXTRAPOLATION OF HCFC-123 KINETICS DEDUCED FROM HALOTHANE KINETICS - A COROLLARY APPROACH TO PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED PHARMACOKINETIC MODELING

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    57. DOWNES H; COUROGEN PM
      CONTRASTING EFFECTS OF ANESTHETICS IN TADPOLE BIOASSAYS

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    58. CROWDER CM; SHEBESTER LD; SCHEDL T
      BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS OF VOLATILE ANESTHETICS IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Anesthesiology
    59. FRIEDMAN Y; KING BS; RAMPIL IJ
      NITROUS-OXIDE DEPRESSES SPINAL F-WAVE IN RATS

      Anesthesiology
    60. FRANKS NP; LIEB WR
      TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF THE POTENCY OF VOLATILE GENERAL-ANESTHETICS- IMPLICATIONS FOR IN-VITRO EXPERIMENTS

      Anesthesiology
    61. YAMAKAGE M; HIRSHMAN CA; CROXTON TL
      VOLATILE ANESTHETICS INHIBIT VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT CA2-MUSCLE CELLS( CHANNELS IN PORCINE TRACHEAL SMOOTH)

      American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology
    62. BLANCO E; VIDAL MI; BLANCO J; FAGUNDO S; CAMPANA O; ALVAREZ J
      COMPARISON OF MAINTENANCE AND RECOVERY CHARACTERISTICS OF SEVOFLURANE-NITROUS OXIDE AND ENFLURANE-NITROUS OXIDE ANESTHESIA

      European journal of anaesthesiology
    63. VERMEULEN PM; LEROU JGC; DIRKSEN R; BOOIJ LHDJ; BORM GF
      A SYSTEM MODEL FOR HALOTHANE CLOSED-CIRCUIT ANESTHESIA - STRUCTURE CONSIDERATIONS AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

      Anesthesiology
    64. KHARASCH ED; KAROL MD; LANNI C; SAWCHUK R
      CLINICAL SEVOFLURANE METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION .1. SEVOFLURANE AND METABOLITE PHARMACOKINETICS

      Anesthesiology
    65. DEVCHAND D; CHAKRABARTI MK; LOCKWOOD GG
      THE UPTAKE OF ENFLURANE DURING ANESTHESIA

      Anaesthesia
    66. LAM AM; SHARAR SR; MAYBERG TS; ENG CC
      ISOFLURANE COMPARED WITH NITROUS-OXIDE ANESTHESIA FOR INTRAOPERATIVE MONITORING OF SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS

      Canadian journal of anaesthesia
    67. CHORTKOFF BS; LASTER MJ; KOBLIN DD; TAHERI S; EGER EI; HALSEY MJ
      PHARMACOKINETICS DO NOT EXPLAIN THE ABSENCE OF AN ANESTHETIC EFFECT OF PERFLUOROPROPANE OR PERFLUOROPENTANE

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    68. HATTIS D; WHITE P; KOCH P
      UNCERTAINTIES IN PHARMACOKINETIC MODELING FOR PERCHLOROETHYLENE .2. COMPARISON OF MODEL PREDICTIONS WITH DATA FOR A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT PARAMETERS

      Risk analysis
    69. JONES MV; HARRISON NL
      EFFECTS OF VOLATILE ANESTHETICS ON THE KINETICS OF INHIBITORY POSTSYNAPTIC CURRENTS IN CULTURED RAT HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    70. FRANKS NP; LIEB WR
      SELECTIVE ACTIONS OF VOLATILE GENERAL-ANESTHETICS AT MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR-LEVELS

      British Journal of Anaesthesia
    71. REITZ M; ANTONINIRUMPF E; LANZ E
      DNA SINGLE-STRAND BREAKS IN PERIPHERAL HUMAN-LYMPHOCYTES AFTER ANESTHESIA WITH ISOFLURANE-NITROUS OXIDE-OXYGEN

      Arzneimittel-Forschung
    72. WEISKOPF RB; EGER EI
      COMPARING THE COSTS OF INHALED ANESTHETICS

      Anesthesiology
    73. LEROU JGC; VERMEULEN PM; DIRKSEN R; BOOIJ LHDJ; BORM GF
      THE PREDICTIVE PERFORMANCE OF A SYSTEM MODEL FOR ENFLURANE CLOSED-CIRCUIT INHALATIONAL ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    74. KHARASCH ED; THUMMEL KE
      IDENTIFICATION OF CYTOCHROME-P450 2E1 AS THE PREDOMINANT ENZYME CATALYZING HUMAN LIVER MICROSOMAL DEFLUORINATION OF SEVOFLURANE, ISOFLURANE, AND METHOXYFLURANE

      Anesthesiology
    75. BELANI KG; SESSLER DI; LARSON MD; LOPEZ MA; WASHINGTON DE; OZAKI M; MCGUIRE J; MERRIFIELD B; SCHROEDER M
      THE PUPILLARY LIGHT REFLEX - EFFECTS OF ANESTHETICS AND HYPERTHERMIA

      Anesthesiology


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