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A Test of Neural Inertia in Humans with Xenon

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A Test of Neural Inertia in Humans With Xenon

The dual objectives of this study are to determine if the phenomenon of neural inertia is present in humans and to determine whether the order of neurocognitive function is invariant among anesthetic agents. This study will enroll 24 healthy volunteers, ages 20-40 years, who will receive xenon gas (concentrations ranging from 0% to 60%) delivered via inhaled route through the ENHANCER 3000.

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Drug - Xenon

drug given in concentrations of 0% to 60% over period of 2 hours

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A Test of Neural Inertia in Humans With Xenon

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NCT02768727

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