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British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, ISSN 0306-5251, 10/2010, Volume 70, Issue 4, pp. 557 - 566
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FASEB Journal, ISSN 0892-6638, 03/2006, Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 542 - 544
It is widely believed that the potencies of nonsteroid anti-inflammatory drugs ( NSAIDs) as inhibitors of cyclooxygenase ( COX) are influenced by protein... 
SITE | MECHANISM | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | nonsteroid anti-inflammatory drugs | coxibs | PROSTAGLANDIN H-2 SYNTHASE | CELL BIOLOGY | CYCLO-OXYGENASE-2 | THERAPY | FLUID | NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUGS | BIOLOGY | prostaglandins | SELECTIVITY | Organic Chemicals - cerebrospinal fluid | Humans | Naproxen - pharmacology | Synovial Fluid - metabolism | Pyrazoles - cerebrospinal fluid | Sodium Salicylate - pharmacology | Lactones - pharmacology | Aspirin - cerebrospinal fluid | Cell Line - drug effects | Calcium - physiology | Pyrazoles - blood | Organic Chemicals - pharmacology | Dinoprostone - cerebrospinal fluid | Diclofenac - cerebrospinal fluid | Aspirin - pharmacology | Sulfones - cerebrospinal fluid | Aspirin - blood | Thiazines - blood | Sulfonamides - pharmacology | Indomethacin - cerebrospinal fluid | Indomethacin - pharmacology | Cyclooxygenase 1 - drug effects | Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors - adverse effects | Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors - blood | Diclofenac - pharmacology | Thiazoles - blood | Thromboxane A2 - blood | Cerebrospinal Fluid Proteins - pharmacology | Dinoprostone - biosynthesis | Lactones - cerebrospinal fluid | Blood Platelets - enzymology | Cyclooxygenase 2 Inhibitors - cerebrospinal fluid | Sodium Salicylate - cerebrospinal fluid | Sulfones - pharmacology | Blood Proteins - pharmacology | Cyclooxygenase 2 Inhibitors - adverse effects | Sulfonamides - blood | Lactones - blood | Naproxen - cerebrospinal fluid | Sodium Salicylate - blood | Thiazines - pharmacology | Cyclooxygenase 2 Inhibitors - blood | Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors - cerebrospinal fluid | Blood Platelets - drug effects | Sulfones - blood | Organic Chemicals - blood | Ionophores - pharmacology | Pyrazoles - pharmacology | Sulfonamides - cerebrospinal fluid | Cyclooxygenase 2 Inhibitors - pharmacology | Thiazoles - cerebrospinal fluid | Celecoxib | Diclofenac - blood | Dinoprostone - blood | Naproxen - blood | Organ Specificity | Calcimycin - pharmacology | Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors - pharmacology | Indomethacin - blood | Protein Binding | Thiazines - cerebrospinal fluid | Thiazoles - pharmacology
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Journal Article
American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, ISSN 0363-6119, 03/2005, Volume 288, Issue 3, pp. 671 - 677
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NeuroReport, ISSN 0959-4965, 10/2008, Volume 19, Issue 16, pp. 1601 - 1604
The heme oxygenase (HO)–carbon monoxide pathway was earlier shown to increase hypothalamic blood flow after inhibition of nitric oxide synthesis in rats. We... 
Cyclooxygenase | Cerebral circulation | Heme oxygenase | Nitric oxide synthase | Carbon monoxide | Hypothalamus | Prostaglandin E | Diclofenac - pharmacology | Injections, Intravenous | Rats, Wistar | Male | Carbon Monoxide - metabolism | Dinoprost - metabolism | NG-Nitroarginine Methyl Ester - administration & dosage | Deuteroporphyrins - pharmacology | Dinoprost - cerebrospinal fluid | Enzyme Inhibitors - administration & dosage | Heart Rate - drug effects | Hypothalamus - blood supply | Prostaglandin D2 - metabolism | Prostaglandin D2 - cerebrospinal fluid | Heart Rate - physiology | Dinoprostone - cerebrospinal fluid | Blood Pressure - drug effects | Blood Pressure - physiology | Hypothalamus - drug effects | Heme Oxygenase (Decyclizing) - antagonists & inhibitors | Heme Oxygenase (Decyclizing) - metabolism | NG-Nitroarginine Methyl Ester - pharmacology | 6-Ketoprostaglandin F1 alpha - cerebrospinal fluid | Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors - administration & dosage | Enzyme Inhibitors - pharmacology | Injections, Intraperitoneal | Rats | Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors - pharmacology | Dinoprostone - metabolism | Animals | Hypothalamus - metabolism | Prostaglandin-Endoperoxide Synthases - metabolism | 6-Ketoprostaglandin F1 alpha - metabolism | Deuteroporphyrins - administration & dosage | Diclofenac - administration & dosage | Blood Gas Analysis - methods
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European Journal of Anaesthesiology, ISSN 0265-0215, 05/1997, Volume 14 Suppl 15, Issue Supplement 15, pp. 9 - 15
Opioids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are the commonest drugs used to treat pain. Opioids mimic the actions of endogenous opioid peptides... 
RAT | MORPHINE | DICLOFENAC | RECEPTOR | CEREBROSPINAL-FLUID | ANALGESIC ACTIVITY | ANALGESICS, PHARMACOLOGY, NSAIDs, opioids | SENSORY NEURONS | PLASMA | NONSTEROIDAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY DRUGS | RECEPTORS, adrenergic, transmembrane, calcium | ANESTHESIOLOGY | ANTAGONISTS
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Pediatric Anesthesia, ISSN 1155-5645, 11/2002, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp. 850 - 852
Methohexital | TRIM | Postoperative emesis | Surgery cleft lip and palate | Congenital heart disease | Continuous infusion | Cefuroxime | Airway management | Neonate | Pulmonary oedema negative pressure pulmonary oedema | Anxiety | Nitrous oxide | Caudal epidural block | Nausea and vomiting | Inguinal hernia | Difficult intubation | Paediatrics | Oropharyngeal sealing pressure | PONV | Preschoolers | Plastic surgery | Spinal puncture | Anaesthesia | Percutaneous | Renal failure | Airway obstruction | Lower abdominal surgery | Nager syndrome | Pyloric stenosis | phimosis | Inborn errors | Iv fluids | Atelectasis | Anaphylactic shock | arterial pressure monitoring | conduction | Fentanyl Oralet | Thyroid hormones | Lactic acidosis | Postoperative analgesia | Spinal surgery | Rhabdomyoma | Latex allergy | Intraoperative | Gases scavenging | Audit | Endobronchial blocker | Airway compression | Lidocaine | Preoperative anxiety | surgery | Cyclosporin | tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy | Catheter occlusion | preterm | Regional | Equipment arterial catheters | Benzocaine | laryngospasm | Interleukin 8 (IL‐8) | Insertion method | Laryngeal spasm | Patient‐controlled analgesia | Caudal ketamine | Oesophagoscopy | Unstable neck | hypoxia | Halothane | Electrical stimulation | Maintenance | tonsillectomy | Home mechanical ventilation | Hypothermia | Infusion pumps | Paediatric | Complication perioperative respiratory | Paediatric research | Insulinoma | Fentanyl | Stachybotrys chartarum | Echocardiography‐Doppler | Bupivacaine | Microvillus inclusion disease | positive‐pressure respiration | Children | Endoscopy | Ultrasound | Hypoglycaemia | Regional anaesthesia | Infusion rate | Urinary retention | Paedfusor | Intraoperative opioid remifentanil | Midazolam | Parent presence induction | Lung | Carbon dioxide | Cardiac surgery | Age paediatrics | Laryngomalacia | Cervical instability | High‐frequency jet ventilation | Extravasation | Difficult | Nonopioid | Total parenteral nutrition complications | Echocardiography | Spinal protection | Position | Cardiac | Pulmonary flow velocity | apnoea | Steal phenomenon | neonatal, arterial pressure monitoring | Anaesthetic techniques | Endtidal carbon dioxide | Tube size | Relaxants mivacurium | Acetaminophen | Blind nasal intubation | Perforation | Transcutaneous CO2 | Creatinine‐phosphokinase | Acute lung injury adult respiratory distress syndrome | Rewarming | Paediatric procedures | Neuromuscular relaxant rocuronium | Carotid artery | Chronic respiratory failure | Orchidopexy | pressure bag | Intrathecal baclofen pump | Analgesia | Analgesic | Temporalis muscle contracture | Nonsteroidal anti‐inflammatory drug | N‐methyl‐d‐aspartate | Inhalation anaesthetic | Apoptosis | α2‐receptor agonist clonidine | Antiemetic management | Infants | Mucopolysaccharidosis | Pathology cerebral | Absent pulmonary valve | Education | Scoliosis | Gamma amino butyric acid | Alpha2 agonist | Infections upper respiratory | Neuronal degeneration | Resistance | Hepatic artery embolization | Arthrography | Forearm fractures | Mandibular hypoplasia | Central catheter | Postprocedure side‐effects | laryngeal mask airway | Automated data recording system | Barotrauma pneumothorax | Ex‐preterm | Neuromuscular relaxants | Epidural analgesia | Tracheo‐oesophageal fistula | Spinal muscular atrophy | Vocal cord paralysis | Emergence | Motion sickness | Postoperative complications | Abdominal surgery | Video‐assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) | Catecholamines | Vincristine | Isoflurane | Patient controlled analgesia | Sevoflurane | Newborn | Aortic size | Dexmedetomidine | Heparin | Administration schedules | Body weight | Craniosynostosis | flush systems | Intussusception | Difficult airway | Epidural morphine | outpatient | Surgical procedures tonsillectomy | Vasopressor | Lower motor neurone disease | Cuffed oropharyngeal airway | Techniques | caudal | Methaemoglobin | Parental presence | Volume | Phaeochromocytoma | Head trauma | Coagulopathy | Abdominal compartment syndrome | dosage | Treacher‐Collins syndrome | Nerve block peripheral nerve | Prilocaine | Rhabdomyolysis | Dwarfism | Clinical outcome | Caudal epidural | Jackson‐Rees | Opioids | Clinical trial | Ilioinguinal and iliohypogastric nerve block | Antiemetics granisetron | Occlusion pressure limit | emergence delirium | Succinylcholine | Difficult laryngoscopy | Anaesthetic management | ketoprofen | Fibreoptic | Outcome | Natural rubber latex | Larsen syndrome | Fibreoptic bronchoscopy | Size models | Compliance | Information provision | Baricity | Cardiovascular surgery | Morphine | Ropivacaine | Computer tomography | Neck aneurysm | NO2 monitoring | Latex sensitization | Myotonia dystrophica | Dermatology | Induction | Caudal anaesthesia | Cardiac index | tracheal | Procedural pain | Tracheal intubation | Ventilatory support | Cardiac transplantation | Gas exchange | Motor activity | Rocuronium | Ethics | Anaphylaxis | Pain | reexpansion pulmonary oedema | Mode of delivery | Epidural | LMA | Tracheal stenosis | Bispectral index | Complications | illoinguinal | APTT | Caudal block | Magnetic resonance imaging | Prematurity | Dilation | Pulmonary haemorrhage | Informed consent | Airway device | Pharmacokinetics | Chemokines | Premedication | Coma | Nesidioblastosis | Internal | Satisfaction | Cardioversion | Haemostasis screening | Sedation | infant | Sacral haemangioma | cardiopulmonary bypass | fetal surgery | Lipid metabolism | Radiographic: epidurogram | Stress response | Child | Femoral hypoplasia–unusual facies syndrome | Local anaesthetics | NK activity | Anaesthetics | vomiting | Regional caudal | Bronchoscopy | Obesity | Liver disease | Niemann‐Pick disease | Randomized controlled trial | Laryngoscopy | Gas composition | rapid‐sequence induction | Fetoscopic surgery | Paediatric neonate and infant | Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia | Ketamine neonate | Tetralogy of fallot | Serum morphine levels | diclofenac | Preoperative sedation | Cerebral palsy | Acrofacial dysostosis | Agitation | circumcision | Thoracotomy | Hernia repair | Perioperative complications | Atrial septal defect | Body surface area | Propofol | Micrognathia | Single lung ventilation | Tumour lysis syndrome | masseteric spasm | Morquio's syndrome | Disclosure | Nitric oxide administration | Endtidal CO2 | Femoral nerve block | Periphrally inserted central catheter | Minimally invasive surgery | ketamine | Haemodynamics | Tracheostomy | Paediatric anaesthesia | Myringotomy | Gadolinium | Cerebrospinal fluid | Venous air embolism | Recovery | Incidence | Preparation for surgery | pharmacology | Balloon dilatation | Seizure | Neutrophil function | Blood patch | Pneumothorax | Cytokines | non‐narcotic | Oesophageal intubation | Coagulation assessment | Spinal anaesthesia | Suxamethonium | Fatty acids | Chronic pain | Body height | Glycogen storage diseases | Desflurane | Arterial carbon dioxide | Cardiac output | Intubation | Antacid | Antiemetic | Occlusion alarm | Headache | Ilioinguinal/iliohypogastric nerve block | Oxycodone | Neurosurgery | Remifentanil | general | Neurotoxicity | Analgesics buprenorphine | Clonidine | Distraction osteogenesis device | Noninvasive | Controlled hypotension | postoperative | Systemic vascular resistance | lung diseases | Intravenous regional anaesthesia | therapy | Preschool | Tuberous sclerosis | Velocity | Spinal | Alfentanil | High frequency oscillatory ventilation | Intestinal transplant | Postanaesthetic excitement | Site of infusion
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Journal of International Medical Research, ISSN 0300-0605, 3/1984, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp. 92 - 95
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