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


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

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

Telephone +44114 276 8555 ext. 4660
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URL http://www.shef.ac.uk/uni/academic/A-C/amrc/

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