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  • Anileridine-induced delirium. [Case Reports]
    J Pain Symptom Manage. 1995 May; 10(4):318-20.Moss JH
  • Delirium is a common complication in hospitalized patients and is often associated with significant morbidity. It is important to recognize this syndrome early so that potential causes can be identified and properly managed. Although the etiology of delirium in critically or terminally ill patients is often multifactorial, opioid analgesics are often implicated as a potential underlying cause. Ce…
  • [Studies on the analysis of anileridine, levorphanol, nalbuphine and ethamivan in urine]. [Journal Article]
    Yao Xue Xue Bao. 1991; 26(8):606-10.Xu YQ, Fang HJ, … Wu Y
  • The method for the analysis of anileridine, levorphanol, nalbuphine and ethamivan in urine by means of GC/NPD and GC/MSD is described. TFAA and MSTFA-MBTFA have been used in this procedure for TFA and TMS derivatization. The parent forms and the metabolites of the four drugs can be found by GC/NPD screening and GC/MSD confirmation. The method is reliable, fast and sensitive.
  • Comparison of haemodynamic effects of pethidine and anileridine in anaesthetised patients. [Journal Article]
    Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 1981 Oct; 25(5):412-5.Yrjölä H, Heinonen J, … Heikkilä J
  • Haemodynamic effects of equianalgesic doses of pethidine (1 mk kg -1) and anileridine (0.25 mg kg -1) were compared in patients with coronary artery disease, after induction of anaesthesia with flunitrazepam - N2O - pancuronium. Contrary to previous findings made in conscious patients, these analgesics produced a moderate circulatory depression. Heart rate, cardiac index and rate-pressure product…
  • Opiates and thermoregulation in mice. I. Agonists. [Journal Article]
    J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 1980 May; 213(2):273-83.Rosow CE, Miller JM, … Cochin J
  • These studies were undertaken to determine the effects of morphine and other opiate and opioid agonists on body temperature in the mouse. Mice were lightly restrained, and rectal temperatures were monitored after injection of opiate analgesics at each of three ambient temperatures. The drugs tested were pure agonists representing eight different chemical classes. At 20 degrees C, morphine, hydrom…
  • Toward the development of a potent, nonsedating, oral analgesic. [Controlled Clinical Trial]
    Psychopharmacology (Berl). 1978 Dec 15; 60(1):25-8.Webb SS, Smith GM, … Webb NC
  • The separate and combined analgesic effects of 10 mg of oral amphetamine sulfate and 25 mg of oral anileridine dihydrochloride were studied in 24 healthy, adult, male volunteers. Tolerance of progressively increasing pain produced by the Submaximum Effort Tourniquet Technique was tested four times in each subject: after amphetamine, after anileridine, after the combination, and after a matching p…
  • Electric shock titration: effects of meperidine, anileridine and alphaprodine. [Journal Article]
    Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 1978 Apr; 8(4):387-9.Dykstra LA, Leander JD
  • The effects of meperidine, anileridine and a alphaprodine were studied in the squirrel monkey whose behavior was maintained under a 2.0-sec schedule of shock increment. Low doses of all three drugs had no effect, whereas higher doses decreased responding at the zero shock intensity. Slightly higher doses of meperidine and anileridine increased responding at the zero shock intensity and produced c…
  • Radioimmunoassay for normeperidine: studies on the N-dealkylation of meperidine and anileridine. [Journal Article]
    J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 1977 Oct; 203(1):203-12.Freeman DS, Gjika HB, Van Vunakis H
  • A sensitive and specific radioimmunoassay for normeperidine has been developed that can detect as little as 100 pg of this metabolite. In competitive binding experiments with [125I]O-tyramyl-normeperidinic acid and an antiserum produced in rabbits immunized with a bovine serum albumin-normeperidinic acid conjugate, meperidine is only 0.01% as effective an inhibitor as normeperidine. Therefore, no…
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