Department of Anesthesiology

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2010
Zhang Y, Guzinski M, Eger EI, Laster MJ, Sharma M, Harris RA, Hemmings HC.  2010.  Bidirectional modulation of isoflurane potency by intrathecal tetrodotoxin and veratridine in rats.. Br J Pharmacol. 159(4):872-8.
Sunaga H, Malhotra JK, Yoon E, Savarese JJ, Heerdt PM.  2010.  Cysteine reversal of the novel neuromuscular blocking drug CW002 in dogs: pharmacodynamics, acute cardiovascular effects, and preliminary toxicology.. Anesthesiology. 112(4):900-9.
Kopman AF, Lien CA, Naguib M.  2010.  Determining the potency of neuromuscular blockers: are traditional methods flawed? Br J Anaesth. 104(6):705-10.
Sunaga H, Zhang Y, Savarese JJ, Emala CW.  2010.  Gantacurium and CW002 do not potentiate muscarinic receptor-mediated airway smooth muscle constriction in guinea pigs.. Anesthesiology. 112(4):892-9.
Zifarelli G, Liantonio A, Gradogna A, Picollo A, Gramegna G, De Bellis M, Murgia AR, Babini E, D Camerino C, Pusch M.  2010.  Identification of sites responsible for the potentiating effect of niflumic acid on ClC-Ka kidney chloride channels.. Br J Pharmacol. 160(7):1652-61.
Lien CA.  2010.  Neostigmine: how much is necessary for patients who receive a nondepolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent? Anesthesiology. 112(1):16-8.
Heerdt PM, Malhotra JK, Pan BY, Sunaga H, Savarese JJ.  2010.  Pharmacodynamics and cardiopulmonary side effects of CW002, a cysteine-reversible neuromuscular blocking drug in dogs.. Anesthesiology. 112(4):910-6.
Savarese JJ, McGilvra JD, Sunaga H, Belmont MR, Van Ornum SG, Savard PM, Heerdt PM.  2010.  Rapid chemical antagonism of neuromuscular blockade by L-cysteine adduction to and inactivation of the olefinic (double-bonded) isoquinolinium diester compounds gantacurium (AV430A), CW 002, and CW 011.. Anesthesiology. 113(1):58-73.
Westphalen RI, Yu J, Krivitski M, Jih T-Y, Hemmings HC.  2010.  Regional differences in nerve terminal Na+ channel subtype expression and Na+ channel-dependent glutamate and GABA release in rat CNS.. J Neurochem. 113(6):1611-20.