Antidotes in Anaesthesia
- Vane, Sir John, FRS (1927-2004), Pharmacologist
- Part of
- Vane, Sir John Robert (1927-2004)
- Archives and manuscripts
About this work
File consists of Vane's typed lecture notes for the lecture, titled, "The Pharmacological Basis of the Use of Antidotes in Anaethesia" in his series of pharmacology lectures given whilst at The Royal College of Surgeons. Details include:
Typed document, with annotation, reproducing the lecture in full. The section titles are; destructive agents; complex formers; removal of drug by preventing release; increasing the amount of drug available; physiological antagonists; competitive antagonists; non-competitive antagonists; "megimated barbiturates"; atropine or scopolamine; nalorphine; levallorphan; and chlorpromazine.
Typed document, with annotation, reproducing a different lecture to a different audience on a similar subject. The title of the paper is, "The Application of Pharmacology to Anaesthetic Practice" and there is a note saying, "Hammersmith Hospital Course for G.P. Anaesthetists."
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