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2002The cerebrovascular effects of adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine infusions under propofol and isoflurane anaesthesia in sheepMyburgh, J.; Upton, R.; Grant, C.; Martinez, A.
2003The effect of infusions of adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine on cerebral autoregulation under propofol anaesthesia in an ovine modelMyburgh, J.; Upton, R.; Grant, C.; Martinez, A.
2004Recirculatory model of fentanyl disposition with the brain as the target organUpton, R.; Grant, C.; Martinez, A.; Ludbrook, G.
2003Cerebral and lung kinetics of morphine in conscious sheep after short intravenous infusionsUpton, R.; Ludbrook, G.; Martinez, A.; Grant, C.; Milne, R.
1999Cardiac output is a determinant of the initial concentrations of Propofol after short-infusion administrationUpton, R.; Ludbrook, G.; Grant, C.; Martinez, A.
2003The effect of infusions of adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine on cerebral autoregulation under isoflurane anaesthesia in an ovine modelMyburgh, J.; Upton, R.; Grant, C.; Martinez, A.
2002Cerebrovascular carbon dioxide reactivity in sheep: Effect of propofol or isoflurane anaesthesiaMyburgh, J.; Upton, R.; Ludbrook, G.; Martinez, A.; Grant, C.
2003The contribution of the coronary concentrations of propofol to its cardiovascular effects in anesthetized sheepZheng, D.; Upton, R.; Martinez, A.
2001Acute cardiovascular effects of magnesium and their relationship to systemic and myocardial magnesium concentrations after short infusion in awake sheepZheng, D.; Upton, R.; Ludbrook, G.; Martinez, A.
2001Epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine infusions decrease propofol concentrations during continuous propofol infusion in an ovine modelMyburgh, J.; Upton, R.; Grant, C.; Martinez, A.