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The parenteral use of organic esters

Authors: Lipschitz, WL; Upham, SD; Hotchkiss, CN; Carlson, GH (1942) Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 76:189-193. HERO ID: 1506906


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Inhalation experiments with certain lacquer solvents

Authors: Smyth, HF; Smyth, HF, Jr (1928) Journal of Industrial Hygiene 10:261-271. HERO ID: 699591

[Less] Nitro-cellulose lacquers are ever increasing in use industrially. They contain many solvents which vary . . . [More] Nitro-cellulose lacquers are ever increasing in use industrially. They contain many solvents which vary from time to time. The poisonous nature of benzol has led to its elimination, The present study is concerned with other solvents used. The authors, after experiments with animals, divided the solvents tested into three groups: 1. Those usable with safety in concentrations usually employed or possibly in somewhat higher concentrations as ingredients of brushing or spraying lacquers. Ethyl acetate and amyl acetate, and possibly butyl acetate, would be placed in this class. 2. Those usable with safety in present concentrations but to be increased with caution as possibly harmful if increased materially. Here would be listed gasolene, turpentine, and xylol. 3. Those for which the present practice probably represents nearly the upper limit of safety in use as spraying lacquer constituents. In this group are toluol and butyl alcohol. The recommendation is made that lacquers should never be used without reasonable exhaust ventilation to ensure that inhalation of volatile solvents is avoided. Details are given of the results obtained by exposing guineapigs to varying vapour concentrations of the solvents tested. E. L. Collis. Up to 11,104,036 more results found for ""???""

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Narcotic and toxic potency of aliphatic alcohols upon rabbits

Authors: Munch, JC; Schwartze, EW (1925) Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 10:985-996. HERO ID: 1935948


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A toxicological study of some alcohols, with especial reference to isomers

Author: Macht, DI (1920) Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 16:1-10. HERO ID: 1508269


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Cervical rib: Report of thirty-one cases

Author: Henderson, MS (1914) Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery: American Volume 11:408-430. HERO ID: 196216

[Less] 1. Cervical ribs are congenital deformities rarely causing symptoms until adolescence or later. 2. . . . [More] 1. Cervical ribs are congenital deformities rarely causing symptoms until adolescence or later.

2. The deformity is usually bilateral (twenty-four out of thirty-one cases) and is more common in women than in men (twenty-two females and nine males).

3. The size of the cervical rib is not the index to the symptoms.

4. It is estimated that only 10 per cent. of cervical ribs cause symptoms. Out of the thirty-one cases in this report eighteen gave no subjective symptoms.

5. Brachial neuritis may be caused by cervical ribs. This neuritis may be caused by a lack of harmony (embryologically) between the first dorsal rib and the site of exit of the roots of the nerves. The roots of the nerves may have their exit low and be subjected to pressure by a normal first dorsal rib or they may have a normal position and the first rib be high. We have had one case of brachial neuritis associated with tuberculous glands of the neck when during the course of the removal of the glands the first dorsal rib was seen to be high and to impinge on the nerves. It was removed with complete relief from symptoms.

6. The theory of the difference in the site of exit of the nerve roots may explain the lack of symptoms in certain patients having well-developed cervical ribs whereas other patients with smaller cervical ribs give pronounced symptoms.