pentobarbital sodium


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pentobarbital sodium

[¦pen·tō′bär·bə‚tȯl ′sōd·ē·əm]
(pharmacology)
C11H17N2NaO3 A short- to intermediate-acting barbiturate; used as a hypnotic and sedative drug. Also known as sodium pentobarbitone.
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Pentobarbital sodium coma (also known as barbiturate therapy or coma therapy) is a second-tier treatment for the alleviation of RICH and is considered to be a treatment of last resort (Bullock et al.
The recommended dosage for pentobarbital sodium therapy is also unclear.
Continuous ICP monitoring is a prerequisite for patients undergoing pentobarbital sodium therapy for refractory elevated ICPs (Bullock et al.
Polymer injection and specimen dehydration after 4 weeks, all animals were sacrificed using a fatal dose (>100 mg/kg) of pentobarbital sodium, i.
During the 6 hours, the rats were monitored every 30 minutes to ensure adequate sedation and pentobarbital sodium was administered as required.
Experiment 1: effects of different dose of pentobarbital sodium on sleeping time of mice
Through this experiment, we can determine a best dose of pentobarbital sodium on sleeping time of mice.
Thirty minutes after the administration of diazepam and control, and sixty minutes after treatment with thymoquinone, pentobarbital sodium (30 mg/kg, Nogueira and Vassilieff, 2000) was given to animals.