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Civica Rx's CEO on how nonprofit will help alleviate generic drug shortages

These medicines are essential for hospitals to operate on a daily basis. They are anesthetics, pain medicine, antibiotics, cardiac drugs, nutritional products. Without these, hospitals don't operate. The focus is how can we get products as quickly as ...

Source: The Business Journals
Published: 15 May 2019

Dental Anesthetics Sales Surge in Line with Growing Need for Painless, Value-Based Oral Care Procedures: Fact.MR

Rockville, MD, May 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to a new study by Fact.MR, sales of dental anesthetics are anticipated to surpass US$ 880 Mn in 2019, up from a value of over US$ 840 Mn in 2018. Gains are underpinned by various factors, including ...

Source: financialbuzz.com
Published: 10 May 2019

Study reveals how general anesthetics affect the brain

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Source: Medical News Today
Published: 24 Apr 2019

A polar bear at the Brookfield Zoo may have just made history during his physical exam

Of course there was duct tape. Amid the precise administration of anesthetics, the heart-rate monitoring and the many other cautious scientific preparations involved in getting a polar bear into a CAT-scan machine at Brookfield Zoo Tuesday, it came down to ...

Source: Chicago Tribune
Published: 23 Apr 2019

Volatile anesthetics do not reduce deaths in elective CABG

(HealthDay)—For patients undergoing elective coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), there is no significant difference in deaths at one year with anesthesia with a volatile agent versus total intravenous anesthesia, according to a study published online ...

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 19 Mar 2019

Volatile Anesthetics versus Total Intravenous Anesthesia for Cardiac Surgery

Volatile (inhaled) anesthetic agents have cardioprotective effects, which might improve clinical outcomes in patients undergoing coronary-artery bypass grafting (CABG). We conducted a pragmatic, multicenter, single-blind, controlled trial at 36 centers in ...

Source: The New England Journal of Medicine
Published: 19 Mar 2019

Inhaled, IV Anesthetics Even in Cardiac Surgery Survival

Inhaled anesthesia may be safer for the heart than infusion agents, but that didn't lead to better survival in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery in the MYRIAD trial. Those randomized to inhaled anesthesia had the same ...

Source: MedPage Today
Published: 21 Mar 2019

State agents seized medical equipment, tools and anesthetics from ex-mayor’s Port Richey home

An attorney for Dale Massad said they’re the kinds of things you might find in the home of anyone who had worked as a doctor. PORT RICHEY — State agents seized medical equipment, surgical tools and vials and syringes of prescription medication from the ...

Source: Tampa Bay Times
Published: 29 Mar 2019

Scientists Find That Anesthetics Can Weaken Traumatic Memories

Some memories can leave us scarred for life. For example, the memory of a dog attack may leave even the most canine-loving person terrified of every pooch they come across. Fortunately, traumatic memories may not be permanent. In a new study, researchers ...

Source: Discover Magazine
Published: 20 Mar 2019

Pigs Were Slaughtered, Then Scientists Revived Their Brains 4 Hours Later

The researchers were prepared to intervene with the use of anesthetics.” In the experiments, the team took 32 brains collected from a United States Department of Agriculture slaughterhouse and hooked them up to the BrainEx system four hours after the ...

Source: Inverse
Published: 17 Apr 2019

Child poison risk leads to recalls of topical anesthetic cream, gel

Recalls of two topical anesthetics were announced Thursday because they don't meet child-resistant packaging specifications, leading to a risk of poisoning. The products are Numb 100 Topical Anesthetic Cream and EZY Gel Topical Anesthetic Gel. They both ...

Source: WUSA
Published: 01 Mar 2019

Impact of Anesthetics on Human Neutrophil Function

Anesthetics are widely used drugs administered in a multitude of clinical settings. Their impacts on various functions of the immune system have been studied but are still not fully understood. Neutrophil granulocytes are a critical first-line host defense ...

Source: LWW Journals
Published: 12 Oct 2018

Oral & Topical Anesthetics Market Growth Driven by Growing Health and Wellness Concerns

Anesthesia is reversible loss sensation which is induces by a drug known as anesthetics. Amongst these drugs, Oral & Topical anesthetics are the drugs that reversibly block nerve conduction in and around the target site of administration, mainly in mouth ...

Source: Medgadget
Published: 13 Dec 2018

Development of Long-Acting Local Anesthetics

PASADENA, Calif., Nov. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Lotus Clinical Research is pleased to announce that our Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Neil Singla, presented at the 12th annual Pain & Migraine Therapeutics Conference in San Francisco, California.

Source: PR Newswire
Published: 08 Nov 2018

Global Inhalation Anesthetics Market 2018-2023 - The Side Effects of Inhaler Anesthesia Drugs is Hampering Growth - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global Inhalation Anesthetics Market - Segmented by Type and Geography - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2018 - 2023)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global inhalation anesthetics market is ...

Source: NewsOK
Published: 03 Sep 2018

Inhaled Anesthetics Bring Alzheimer’s Risk

Experts recently have shed light on the link between general anesthetics and cognitive problems. Anesthetics have been thought to cause cognitive dysfunction for a long time — the link was first highlighted in the 1950s. But it was never clear whether ...

Source: Psych Central
Published: 08 Oct 2018

Review compares treatment success of injectable anesthetics

July 17, 2018-- One reason patients cite for avoiding dental treatment is fear of pain during and after a procedure. Researchers from the U.K. conducted a comprehensive review to see if one injectable anesthetic worked better than others in different ...

Source: DrBicuspid
Published: 17 Jul 2018

Scientists Discover Plants Respond to Anesthetics — Which Could End Animal Testing

First used as an alternative to crude methods like alcohol in the 19th century, anesthetics have become a critical part of medical systems around the world. Currently, anesthetics are tested on animals, which is ethically questionable and can produce ...

Source: Futurism
Published: 11 Dec 2017

Science lesson: How anesthetics work, and why xenon’s perfect

Frank LaBella during his career has received research funds and salary support from several government and public granting bodies. University of Manitoba provides funding as a founding partner of The Conversation CA. University of Manitoba provides funding ...

Source: theconversation.com
Published: 10 Sep 2017

How anesthetics work, and why xenon's perfect

Common wisdom maintains that, because of the myriad effects on the brain, how anesthetic drugs work at the molecular level is a mystery. On the contrary. As a longtime pharmacology researcher, I believe there's a sufficient body of evidence to certify it's ...

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 11 Sep 2017

AstraZeneca sells anesthetics portfolio to Aspen Group for $766M

AstraZeneca sells anesthetics portfolio to Aspen Group for $766M AstraZeneca has sold a portfolio of anesthetics medicines to Aspen Global Incorporated for $766 million. Check out this story on delawareonline.com: https://www.delawareonline.com/story/money ...

Source: The News Journal
Published: 14 Sep 2017

Anesthetics have the same effects on plants as they have on animals and humans

A new study published in Annals of Botany shows that plants react to anesthetics similarly to the way animals and humans do, suggesting plants are ideal objects for testing anesthetics actions in future. Anesthetics were first used in the 19th century when ...

Source: EurekAlert!
Published: 11 Dec 2017

Scientists Discover That Plants Respond To Anesthetics Too

In weird plant news of the day, it seems some plants feel the drowsy, numbing power of anesthetics too. To exactly what degree is anyone’s guess, however the plants in the study clearly lost their autonomous and touch-induced movements when presented ...

Source: IFLScience
Published: 12 Dec 2017

Anesthetics have the same effects on plants as they have on animals and humans

A new study published in Annals of Botany shows that plants react to anesthetics similarly to the way animals and humans do, suggesting plants are ideal objects for testing anesthetics actions in future. Anesthetics were first used in the 19th century when ...

Source: ScienceBlog
Published: 11 Dec 2017

Patient Risk Rises with Local Anesthetics Shortage

Advocates urge clinicians to consult with elective surgery patients about local anesthetics shortages, the potential health risks, and alternative forms of pain management. A global shortage of local anesthetics threatens patient care and could worsen the ...

Source: HealthLeaders Media
Published: 21 Apr 2018

How general anesthetics affect the brain

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Source: Medical News Today
Published: 09 Jan 2018