Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii (ISSN 0042-8809)

Changes in the amine oxidase activity of human serum during different types of anesthesia and hyperbaric oxygenation

   
Gridneva L.I., Abubakirova A.M., Proshina I.V., Il'ina L.V.
PubMed Id: 3088835
Year: 1986 vol: 32  issue:3  pages: 88-94
Abstract: Some types of anesthesia, used usually in labor anesthesia (sodium hydroxybutyrate, lexir) or in abdominal delivery (neuroleptanesthesia, cetalar narcosis, electroanesthesia) did not affect distinctly the activity of amine oxidases in blood sera of women in labor and of fetus. In some groups of women in labor the neonates were found, blood serum of which exhibited high activity of diamine oxidase, not observed in normal state. A slight decrease in deamination of benzylamine (20%) and 4-nitrobenzylamine (30%) was observed in patients with gynecological diseases within 2 and 3 days after operations. If intestinal paresis developed in the patients within the postoperational period deamination of these substrates was decreased by 75-80% in blood sera. After 2-4 courses of hyperbaric oxygenation a slight but statistically distinct decrease (by 22-25%) in the rate of deamination of benzylamine and 4-nitrobenzylamine was found in blood sera of the patients.
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Reference: Gridneva L.I., Abubakirova A.M., Proshina I.V., Il'ina L.V., Changes in the amine oxidase activity of human serum during different types of anesthesia and hyperbaric oxygenation, Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii, 1986, vol: 32(3), 88-94.
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