Halothane delivery in rats.

Robert Arnott R.H.Arnott at sheffield.ac.uk
Fri Feb 2 07:46:36 EST 1996

Re:  halothane in rats.

My supervisor has found that another device which works well, but doesn't
scavenge waste halothane, is to use a very small glass funnel as the gas
mask for halothane delivery.

A wide-bore hose connected via an air pump to the outside will do well for
removing halothane from the lab.

Best wishes,


Robert Arnott,
Centre for Research in Anaesthetic Mechanisms,
Department of Biomedical Science,
The University of Sheffield,
S10 2TN

email   r.h.arnott at sheffield.ac.uk

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