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Rapid Increase in Desflurane Concentration Is Associated with Greater Transient Cardiovascular Stimulation Than with Rapid Increase in Isoflurane Concentration in Humans
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Richard B. Welskopf, M.D.
    *
  • Mark A. Moore, B.A.
  • Edmond I. Eger, M.D.
  • Mimi Noorani, B.A.
    §
  • Lawrence McKay, M.B., Ch.B.
  • Ben Chortkoff, M.D.
    #
  • Paul S. Hart, M.B., Ch.B.
    **
  • Michael Damask, M.D.
    §
  • *Professor, Department of Anesthesia and Department of Physiology; Staff, Cardiovascular Research Institute; Consultant to Ohmeda, Inc., Liberty Corner, New Jersey.
  • † Medical Student.
  • ‡ Professor and Vice Chair for Research, Department of Anesthesia; Consultant to Ohmeda, Inc., Liberty Corner, New Jersey.
  • § Staff Research Associate, University of California, San Francisco.
  • ∥ Vice President for Drug Development, Pharmaceutical Products Division, Ohmeda, Inc., Liberty Corner, New Jersey.
  • # Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesia.
  • ** Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesia.
  • †† Director of Clinical Research and Development, Pharmaceutical Products Division, Ohmeda, Inc., Liberty Corner, New Jersey.
Article Information
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Education   |   May 1994
Rapid Increase in Desflurane Concentration Is Associated with Greater Transient Cardiovascular Stimulation Than with Rapid Increase in Isoflurane Concentration in Humans
Anesthesiology 5 1994, Vol.80, 1035-1045. doi:
Anesthesiology 5 1994, Vol.80, 1035-1045. doi:
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