- Inhalational anaesthesiaA Bedi
Department of Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine, The Queen s University of Belfast, Belfast, UK
Curr Opin Anaesthesiol 14:387-92. 2001..Other undesirable properties of the newer inhalation agents include agitation with sevoflurane in children and cardiovascular and airway effects with desflurane...
- The effects of subanaesthetic concentrations of xenon in volunteersA Bedi
The Department of Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine, The Queen s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland
Anaesthesia 57:233-41. 2002..Xenon sedation was well tolerated and was not associated with any adverse physiological effects, however, it was reported to be subjectively dissimilar to nitrous oxide...
- Amsorb: a new carbon dioxide absorbent for use in anesthetic breathing systemsJ M Murray
Department of Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Medicine and the School of Pharmacy, The Queen s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland
Anesthesiology 91:1342-8. 1999..The absorbent mixture does not contain sodium or potassium hydroxide but includes two setting agents (calcium sulphate and polyvinylpyrrolidine) to improve hardness and porosity...
- Xenon has no effect on cytokine balance and adhesion molecule expression within an isolated cardiopulmonary bypass systemA Bedi
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, The Royal Group of Hospitals Trust, Grosvenor Road, Belfast BT12 6BA, N Ireland, UK
Br J Anaesth 89:546-50. 2002..It interacts with receptors involved in the expression of cytokines and adhesion molecules. The effect of xenon on the immune function in whole blood has not been studied...