Intermittent Hypoxia Induction Alters Onset of Anesthesia Time and Limb Withdrawal Reflex Time in Rats

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  • Hasan ÇALIŞKAN
  • Mert UZUNKULAOĞLU
  • Furkan Mehmet ÖZDEN
  • Koray Hamza CIHAN
  • Onur ÇAKAN
  • Bilge Şentunalı
  • Sümeyye KANKAL
  • Serhat HAYME
  • Nezahat ZALOĞLU

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Intermittent Hypoxia, Thiopental, Wistar Albino Rat

Abstract

Sodium thiopental is rapid-acting and intravenous anesthetic as non-opioid agents. Hypoxia is the subnormal concentration of oxygen in cells. Recent years, researchers discuss on hypoxia: Friend or Foe? The present study was conducted to examine the effect of intermittent hypoxia on thiopental anesthesia.

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2019-06-19

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ÇALIŞKAN, H., UZUNKULAOĞLU, M., ÖZDEN, F. M., CIHAN, K. H., ÇAKAN, O., Şentunalı, B., KANKAL, S., HAYME, S., & ZALOĞLU, N. (2019). Intermittent Hypoxia Induction Alters Onset of Anesthesia Time and Limb Withdrawal Reflex Time in Rats. Journal of Applied Biological Sciences, 11(2), 01–05. Retrieved from https://jabsonline.org/index.php/jabs/article/view/529

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