|Other titles||Report of the Committee on Anaesthetics.|
|Statement||by Joseph Coats, M.D., William Ramsay, Ph.D., and John G. McKendrick, M.D.|
|Contributions||Ramsay, William, 1852-1916, McKendrick, John G. (John Gray), 1841-1926, British Medical Association, University of Glasgow. Library|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||pp. -396 ;|
|Number of Pages||396|
The Effects of Chloroform, Ethidene, and Ether on the Blood-Pressure: Being the Third Provisional Report of the Committee on Anaesthetics to the Scientific Grants Committee of the British Medical Association. Coats J(1), Ramsay W, M Kendrick JG. Author information: (1)University of : Coats J, Ramsay W, M Kendrick Jg. The Effects of Chloroform, Ethidene, and Ether on the Blood-Pressure: Being the Third Provisional Report of the Committee on Anaesthetics to the Scientific Grants Committee of . THE EFFECT OFETHER AND CHLOROFORM ON CERTAIN FISHES.' HAROLD RG. PAGE. uction ons alandMethods ons andStandardization form ance ison ofEtherandChloroform KillingCurves ingSymptoms yofConclusions graphy. Abstract. 1. The effect of chloroform and ether on the response of the rectus abdominis muscle of frog to acetylcholine was investigated. 2. These drugs in low concentrations increase the response of the muscle to acetylcholine (chloroform from to cc. per cent; ether from to cc. per cent).
The Effects of Chloroform, Ethidene, and Ether on the Blood-Pressure: Being the Third Provisional Report of the Committee on Anaesthetics to the Scientific Grants Committee of the British Medical Association. Coats J, Ramsay W, M Kendrick JG. J Anat Physiol, 13(pt 3), 01 Apr the effects of ether, cyclopropane and chloroform on the isolated auricle of the cat You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in the literature. You can manage this and all other alerts in My Account. c) Chloroform d) Diethyl ether. Ans:c. The following is a steroidal anesthetic agent a) Althesin b) Propanidid c) Methohexitone d) Di-isoprophyl. Ans:a. Ketamine causes all except: a) Potent analgesic effect b) Muscle relaxation c) Completely excreted by liver d) Used in hypotension. Ans:b. Intubation dose of pancuronium is a)mg/kg. influence of chloroform, ethidene, and ether. In the report of a Committeef of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society, to inquire into the uses and effects of chloroform, and published in the Transactions for , vol. xlvii, there is a very excellent but brief record of the blood-pressure under chloroform and ether.
Turnips with a long history of usage, are helpful in preventing breast and prostate cancer, inflammation and body`s immune system dysfunction. In this study, we investigated the effects of chloroform, ethyl acetate and methanolic extracts of Brassica rapa L. on cell-mediated immune response in mice. Chloroform, ethyl acetate and methanolic extracts of B. rapa glands were prepared by maceration. Of these three anaesthetics chloroform has proved the most dangerous, and ether the least so. Leaving ethidene aside, I propose to confine my observations to the effect of inhalation of the vapour of chloroform and of ether on the blood in the vessels of the lungs, and on the action of the heart. Chloroform Hazard Summary Chloroform may be released to the air as a result of its formation in the chlorination of drinking water, wastewater and swimming pools. Other sources include pulp and paper mills, hazardous waste sites, and sanitary landfills. The major effect from acute (short-term) inhalation exposure to chloroform is central. Although both were used as anesthetics, they are two entirely different chemicals. Ether, more correctly Diethyl ether is an organic compound containing carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. It is an extremely flammable, indeed explosive liquid which has a.