L R Poree
Affiliation: Stanford University
- The analgesic potency of dexmedetomidine is enhanced after nerve injury: a possible role for peripheral alpha2-adrenoceptorsL R Poree
Department of Anesthesia, Stanford University, California, USA
Anesth Analg 87:941-8. 1998..In conclusion, nerve injury enhanced the analgesic but not the sedative potency of systemic dexmedetomidine and may have shifted the site of alpha2 analgesic action to outside the blood-brain barrier...
- Colchicine treatment of the sciatic nerve reduces neurogenic extravasation, but does not affect nociceptive thresholds or collateral sprouting in neuropathic or normal ratsW S Kingery
Department of Functional Restoration, Stanford University, CA 94305, USA
Pain 74:11-20. 1998..Sciatic nerve colchicine treatment does not trigger nociceptive fiber collateral sprouting from the adjacent saphenous nerve, nor does it influence the development of hyperalgesia and autotomy behavior after sciatic transection...