W R Elliot et al.
Journal of clinical monitoring, 7(2), 175-180 (1991-04-01)
Spurious readings from a mass spectrometer have been reported following the administration of aerosol bronchodilators. We quantified the response of various respiratory gas analyzers to the aerosol propellant of albuterol inhalant (Proventil). The mass spectrometer systems tested, two Advantage systems...
S Li et al.
Biochemistry, 32(36), 9355-9361 (1993-09-14)
Biological reductive dehalogenation reactions are important in environmental detoxification of organohalides. Only scarce information is available on the enzymology underlying these reactions. Cytochrome P450CAM with a known X-ray structure and well-studied oxygenase reaction cycle, has been studied for its ability...
D N Sonier et al.
Applied and environmental microbiology, 60(12), 4567-4572 (1994-12-01)
Groundwater samples were obtained from a deep aquifer contaminated with halogenated aliphatic compounds. One-milliliter samples contained 9.2 x 10(5) total bacteria (by acridine orange microscopic counts) and 2.5 x 10(3) sulfate-reducing bacteria (by most probable number analysis). Samples were incubated...
R J Oenbrink
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, 93(6), 714-718 (1993-06-01)
Metered-dose inhalers are frequently used in treating pulmonary diseases associated with bronchoconstriction, chiefly asthma and chronic bronchitis. These aerosolized medications are not without the potential for adverse effects. The author describes two patients who likely had adverse reactions to the...
Bronchodilator aerosol propellant interferes with an infrared photoacoustic spectrophotometer respiratory gas analyzer.
R W Hoskin et al.
Journal of clinical monitoring, 9(1), 65-66 (1993-01-01)