1]) and four (16%) received a single daily dose of codeine (two with sucrose, two with chloral
hydrate: one of each of these required infusion rate increase; maximum rates were 129 to 243 [micro]g x [kg.
Comparison of chloral
hydrate and midazolam for sedation of neonates for neuroimaging studies.
The genus Phlebotomus can be easily identified when sandflies are mounted using Chloral
hydrate gum on a slide.
He had already become interested in eye surgery and had experimented with anesthetizing the eye with morphine, ether spray, chloral
hydrate and potassium bromide, all of which were known to have effects on the nervous system.
To assess the trend of vascular tissue differentiation of 14-day old seedlings, primordial leaves covering the vegetative shoot meristem were removed and stained with chloral
lactophenol before examining under a Zeiss stereomicroscope.
On the tear-off of young abalone from the attachment site by four anaesthetics (ethyl carbamic acid, magnesium sulphate, chloral
hydrate and sodium diethylbarbituric acid).
Pyloric ligation-induced (PL) gastric ulcer model in rats: This was done (16) by ligating the pyloric end of stomach of rats under chloral
hydrate anaesthesia (300 mg/kg, ip).
They had a small supply of chloral
hydrate and were willing to let us have some.
Yet another overdose of chloral
led to more medical interventions and near-constant visits by Rossetti's brother and friends in October 1879, but according to William Michael, his health improved thereafter until the fall of 1881.
leak along with the fire that followed the explosion left many
Addicted to chloral
at the time of his death in 1882, admirers of his work still regularly place flowers at his graveside.
For moderate sedation, we use chloral
hydrate (Pharmaceutical Associates Inc.