Search


Current filters:
Start a new search
Add filters:

Use filters to refine the search results.


Results 1-10 of 14 (Search time: 0.005 seconds).
Item hits:
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2001Propofol use in head-injury patientsMyburgh, J.; Upton, R.
2001Epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine infusions decrease propofol concentrations during continuous propofol infusion in an ovine modelMyburgh, 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.
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.
2002The cerebrovascular effects of adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine infusions under propofol and isoflurane anaesthesia in sheepMyburgh, 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.
1996ReplyLewis, S.; Myburgh, J.; Reilly, P.
1996Cerebral oxygenation monitoring by near-infrared spectroscopy is not clinically useful in patients with severe closed-head injury: a comparison with jugular venous bulb oximetryLewis, S.; Myburgh, J.; Thornton, E.; Reilly, P.
1997Relevant limitations of near-infrared spectroscopyLewis, S.; Myburgh, J.; Thornton, E.; Reilly, P.
1999The utility of open lung biopsy in patients requiring mechanical ventilationFlabouris, A.; Myburgh, J.