FACTORS MODIFYING THE ACTION OF NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENTS.
Final technical rept. for 1 Apr 63-31 Mar 64,
ROYAL COLL OF SURGEONS OF ENGLAND LONDON
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The effect of the intravenous anaesthetic agents thiopentone and the non-barbiturate preparation 1420 Bayer on the response to the neuromuscular blocking agents tubocurarine, gallamine, decamethonium and suxamethonium was tested. The frog rectus and the rat diaphragm-phrenic nerve preparations were used for this purpose. In addition the rat diaphragm preparation was used to investigate the neuromuscular blocking action of these drugs. The neuromuscular blocking properties of another intravenous anaesthetic the eugenol derivative G.34075 and a recently synthesised relaxant diallyl-nortoxiferine were also investigated with this preparation. Author