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Suppression of central nervous system sodium channels by propofolREHBERG, B; DUCH, D. S.Anesthesiology (Philadelphia). 1999, Vol 91, Num 2, pp 512-520, issn 0003-3022Article

Fast-track surgery in laparoscopic radical prostatectomy : basic principlesGRALLA, O; HAAS, F; REHBERG, B et al.World journal of urology (Print). 2007, Vol 25, Num 2, pp 185-191, issn 0724-4983, 7 p.Article

Comparative pharmacodynamic modeling of the electroencephalography-slowing effect of isoflurane, sevoflurane, and desfluraneREHBERG, B; BOUILLON, T; ZINSERLING, J et al.Anesthesiology (Philadelphia). 1999, Vol 91, Num 2, pp 397-405, issn 0003-3022Article

Comparison of the concentration-dependent effect of sevoflurane on the spinal H-reflex and the EEG in humansREHBERG, B; BOUILLON, T; GRUENEWALD, M et al.Acta anaesthesiologica scandinavica. 2004, Vol 48, Num 5, pp 569-576, issn 0001-5172, 8 p.Article

No evidence for specific opioid effects on batrachotoxin-modified sodium channels from human brain synaptosomesFRENKEL, C; GERHARD, A; WARTENBERG, H. C et al.Neuroscience letters. 1997, Vol 229, Num 1, pp 41-44, issn 0304-3940Article

Central nervous system sodium channels are significantly suppressed at clinical concentrations of volatile anestheticsREHBERG, B; YONG-HONG XIAO; DUCH, D. S et al.Anesthesiology (Philadelphia). 1996, Vol 84, Num 5, pp 1223-1233, issn 0003-3022Article

Monitoring of the responsiveness to noxious stimuli during anaesthesia with propofol and remifentanil by using RIII reflex threshold and bispectral indexVON DINCKLAGE, F; HACKBARTH, M; MAGER, R et al.British journal of anaesthesia. 2010, Vol 104, Num 2, pp 201-208, issn 0007-0912, 8 p.Article

Concentration-dependent suppression of F-waves by sevoflurane does not predict immobility to painful stimuli in humansBAARS, J. H; KALISCH, D; HEROLD, K. F et al.British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2005, Vol 95, Num 6, pp 789-797, issn 0007-0912, 9 p.Article

Molecular actions of pentobarbitone on sodium channels in lipid bilayers : role of channel structureWARTENBERG, H. C; WANG, J; REHBERG, B et al.British Journal of Anaesthesia. 1994, Vol 72, Num 6, pp 668-673, issn 0007-0912Article

Monitoring of the responsiveness to noxious stimuli during sevoflurane mono-anaesthesia by using RIII reflex threshold and bispectral indexVON DINCKLAGE, F; VELTEN, H; REHBERG, B et al.British journal of anaesthesia. 2010, Vol 104, Num 6, pp 740-745, issn 0007-0912, 6 p.Article

Konzentrationsabhängige Veränderungen der Latenz und Amplitude somatosensorisch evozierter Potentiale durch Desfluran, Isofluran und Sevofluran = Concentration-dependent changes in latency and amplitude of somatosensory-evoked potentials by desflurane, isoflurane and sevofluraneREHBERG, B; RÜSCHNER, R; FISCHER, M et al.AINS. Anästhesiologie, Intensivmedizin, Notfallmedizin, Schmerztherapie. 1998, Vol 33, Num 7, pp 425-429, issn 0939-2661Article

Volatile anesthetics significantly suppress central and peripheral mammalian sodium channelsDUCH, D. S; REHBERG, B; VYSOTSKAYA, T. N et al.Toxicology letters. 1998, Vol 100-01, pp 255-263, issn 0378-4274Conference Paper

Utility of Nociceptive Flexion Reflex Threshold, Bispectral Index, Composite Variability Index and Noxious Stimulation Response Index as measures for nociception during general anaesthesiaVON DINCKLAGE, F; CORRELL, C; SCHNEIDER, M. H. N et al.Anaesthesia. 2012, Vol 67, Num 8, pp 899-905, issn 0003-2409, 7 p.Article

Comparison of the nociceptive flexion reflex threshold and the bispectral index as monitors of movement responses to noxious stimuli under propofol mono-anaesthesiaVON DINCKLAGE, F; SEND, K; HACKBARTH, M et al.British journal of anaesthesia. 2009, Vol 102, Num 2, pp 244-250, issn 0007-0912, 7 p.Article

Sodium channels (from rat, mouse, and man) in neuroblastoma cells and different expression systems have similar sensitivities to pentobarbitalREHBERG, B; WITTMANN, M; URBAN, B. W et al.Neuroscience letters. 1999, Vol 264, Num 1-3, pp 81-84, issn 0304-3940Article

Greifen Allgemeinanästhetika an spezifischen Rezeptoren an ? = Do general anaesthetics act on specific receptors ?URBAN, B. W; DUCH, D. S; FRENKEL, C et al.AINS. Anästhesiologie, Intensivmedizin, Notfallmedizin, Schmerztherapie. 1995, Vol 30, Num 6, pp 375-382, issn 0939-2661Article

The membrane lipid cholesterol modulates anesthetic actions on a human brain ion channelREHBERG, B; URBAN, B. W; DUCH, D. S et al.Anesthesiology (Philadelphia). 1995, Vol 82, Num 3, pp 749-758, issn 0003-3022Article

Suppression of the human spinal H-reflex by propofol : a quantitative analysisBAARS, J. H; DANGEL, C; HEROLD, K. F et al.Acta anaesthesiologica scandinavica. 2006, Vol 50, Num 2, pp 193-200, issn 0001-5172, 8 p.Article

The suppression of spinal F-waves by propofol does not predict immobility to painful stimuli in humansBAARS, J. H; TAS, S; HEROLD, K. F et al.British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2006, Vol 96, Num 1, pp 118-126, issn 0007-0912, 9 p.Article

Correlation of the A-Line™ ARX index with acoustically evoked potential amplitudeWENNINGMANN, I; PAPROTNY, S; STRASSMANN, S et al.British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2006, Vol 97, Num 5, pp 666-675, issn 0007-0912, 10 p.Article

Application of semilinear canonical correlation to the measurement of the electroencephalographic effects of volatile anaestheticsBRUHN, J; REHBERG, B; RÖPCKE, H et al.European journal of anaesthesiology. 2002, Vol 19, Num 10, pp 735-741, issn 0265-0215Article

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