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am·o·bar·bi·tal

 (ăm′ō-bär′bĭ-tăl′, -bĭ-tôl′)
n.
A barbiturate, C11H18N2O3, used as a sedative and a hypnotic.

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amobarbital

(ˌæməʊˈbɑːbɪtəl; ˌeɪməʊ-)
n
(Pharmacology) pharmacol a drug with sedative, hypnotic, and analgesic properties used to relieve insomnia and control convulsions
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am•o•bar•bi•tal

(ˌæm oʊˈbɑr bɪˌtæl, -ˌtɔl)

n.
a colorless, crystalline barbiturate, C11H18N2O3, used chiefly as a sedative.
[1945–50; am (yl) + -o- + barbital]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.amobarbital - a barbiturate with sedative and hypnotic effects; used to relieve insomnia and as an anticonvulsant
amobarbital sodium, Amytal, blue angel, blue devil, blue - the sodium salt of amobarbital that is used as a barbiturate; used as a sedative and a hypnotic
barbiturate - organic compound having powerful soporific effect; overdose can be fatal
truth drug, truth serum - an intravenous anesthetic drug that has a hypnotic effect; induces relaxation and weakens inhibitions; is believed to induce people to talk freely
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Since the first reported improvement of catatonia with amobarbital in 1930, (6) there have been no controlled studies of specific treatments of catatonia.
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In epileptic patients with drug refractory seizures who underwent intracarotid amobarbital injections (wada test), it was noticed sympathetic tonus predominance in the right hemisphere and parasympathetic predominance and up-regulation of baroreceptor sensitivity in the left hemisphere [28].
Evidence for this begins in neuropsychological case studies, which have identified people who had recovered at least partially from aphasia following left hemisphere stroke and then redeveloped aphasia after a later right hemisphere disruption, whether due to intracarotid amobarbital injection or a second stroke [4548].
Anesthesia was performed by intraperitoneal injection (200 mg/kg/mouse) of a 20% amobarbital and sterile saline solution (1:3v:v ratio).
The intracarotid injection of amobarbital (Wada test) has mostly been replaced by functional MRI, which offers a non-invasive way to determine lateralisation of functions such as speech and memory.
Fueron pocos los antidepresivos y ansioliticos suministrados, solo 5 casos (4%): amitriptilina (Mutabon) a 2 pacientes y de forma individual nialamida (Niamid), compuesto de dextroanfetamina y amobarbital (Dexamil), dimetil imipramina (Pertofrane) e imipramina (Toframil).
Lesnefsky, "Blockade of electron transport before cardiac ischemia with the reversible inhibitor amobarbital protects rat heart mitochondria," The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, vol.
Individual patient prediction of seizure lateralization in temporal lobe epilepsy: A comparison between neuropsychological memory mesures and the Intracarotid Amobarbital Procedure.
24-36 hours after the final session of chronic exercise or 8-16 hours after acute exercise, all rats were anesthetized by single dose intraperitoneal injection of amobarbital (15 mg/kg).
Under anesthesia with sodium amobarbital, pancreases were distended with 2.5 mL of RPMI-1640 medium (GIBCO BRL, Grand Island, NY, USA) containing 1.5mg/mL of collagenase (collagenase from Clostridium histolyticum, type XI, Sigma Immunochemicals), excised, and incubated in a water bath at 37[degrees]C.
Dichotic-listening performance and intracarotid injections of amobarbital in children and adolescents.