halothane


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halothane

[′hal·ə‚thān]
(pharmacology)
C2HBrClF3 A colorless, nonflammable liquid used as a general anesthetic, by inhalation.
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Adrenaline/noradrenaline in a local anaesthetic, when administered in large dosages, may exacerbate dysrhythmias in the presence of halothane (especially adrenaline).
At the moment, many anesthesia investigators suspect that inhaled anesthetics such as halothane and isoflurane work through GABA-A receptors plus a few other targets.
Identification of the dihydrolipoamide acetyltransferase subunit of the human pyruvate dehydrogenase complex as an autoantigen in halothane hepatitis.
Direct cerebrovasodilatory effects of halothane, isoflurane, and desflurane during propofol-induced isoelectric electroencephalogram in humans.
The model we use was originally developed by Heffernan as part of an engineering thesis as a teaching tool to demonstrate halothane uptake, and incorporated the effects of changes in ventilation and cardiac output on uptake (3).
However, due to the complicated determinants involving genetics, epigenetics, and nutrition, only two major genes, Halothane (Hal) and Napole yield (RN) genes have been recognized, which significantly influenced the meat quality of pork.
For example, the blood/air partition coefficients of highly soluble inhaled anesthetics, including halothane and methoxyflurane, were significantly higher in adults than in children (27).
In Europe and North America, susceptibility to MH is traditionally identified using the in vitro contracture test (IVCT), in which viable muscle strips are exposed to halothane and caffeine (11-13), but in Japan, the Ca-induced Ca release (CICR) test is performed on a small number of chemically skinned fibres (14-15).
The development of pale, exudative meat in two genetic lines of turkeys subjected to heat stress and its prediction by halothane screening.
Solubility of 1-653, sevoflurane, isoflurane, and halothane in human tissues.
Although most frequently associated with halothane, shivering may occur after enflurane or isoflurane (16).
The effect of the halothane and rendementnapole genes on carcass and meat quality characteristics of pigs.