Carbogen

Carbogen, also called Meduna`s Mixture after its inventor Ladislas Meduna, is a mixture of carbon dioxide and oxygen gas. Meduna`s original formula was 30% CO2 and 70% oxygen, but the term carbogen can refer to any mixture of these two gases, from 1.5% to 50% CO2. == Mechanism == When carbogen is inhaled, the increased level of carbon dioxide ca.....
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carbogen

An inhalant of oxygen and carbon dioxide that increases the sensitivity of tumor cells to the effects of radiation therapy.
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carbogen

Type: Term Pronunciation: kar′bō-jen Definitions: 1. A mixture of 10% carbon dioxide and 90% oxygen used for inhalation therapy to produce vasodilation.
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