M.-P. Bouche has been working on the analysis of volatile inhalation anesthetics, more in particular degradation products thereof, in gasflows of low-flow anesthesia systems in the operating theatre. GC-MS based analytical methods for the quantitative analysis of Compound A, a breakdown product of sevoflurane, have been developped and are clinically applied.
Dr. Bouche has finished her Ph.D., concerning Compound A, in 2002. She continued working at the lab in research projects related to Compound A but shifted her interests from GC-MS to LC-MS. In that respect, the development and application of bio-analytical methods for xenobiotics in a pharmacokinetical and toxicological setting are main study objectives. Since mid 2003, she moved to Johnson & Johnson's bio-analytical department, Beerse, Belgium.
Main research interests : sevoflurane and compound A, LC-MS, pharmacokinetically directed bio-analysis
- See the slides of my presentation at the 2nd joint BLT / SFTA meeting in Liège (2001)
- See the slides of my Ph.D. thesis
- See my poster / abstract as presented at the 50th ASMS conf. (Orlando,Fl)
- See the slides of my presentation at the 40th TIAFT meeting in Paris (2002)
- See the slides of my presentation at the 7th Annual BSMS meeting in Ghent (2002)
- See my poster as presented at the 7th annual BSMS meeting (Ghent, Belgium) (2002)
- See my poster as presented at the 16th IMSC conference (Edinburgh) (2003)
- See the slides of our presentation at the 41th TIAFT meeting in Melbourne (2003)