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Thus, much research has examined the role of the [alpha]-subunit of the GABA receptor, and this protein clearly plays a central role in alcohol-mediated anxiolysis and other effects of alcohol use.
6,9) The main effects of benzodiazepines include sedation, hypnosis, anxiolysis, anterograde amnesia, centrally mediated muscle relaxation, and anticonvulsion.
It is recommended that an operator-sedationist only target minimum sedation/ anxiolysis (Fig.
When used properly, Phenytoin is also an effective anxiolysis drug in addition to its theraputic effects on pain and can be used alone or, even better, if combined with other compatible sedatives.
to provide adequate analgesia, anxiolysis, sedation and amnesia during the performance of painful diagnostic or therapeutic procedures
This culture ingests prescription drugs that have known effects beyond what the medication was prescribed such as euphoria, sedation or anxiolysis.
Pediatric Sedation Strategies Based on Age Group Strategy Newborn and Infants 1 to 6 years (<1 year) Coordinate X sleep/feeding schedule Child life specialist X Parental support/ X assistance Anxiolysis X Moderate sedation X X General anesthesia X X Breathing suspended X X general anesthesia Strategy 6 to 12 years Coordinate sleep/feeding schedule Child life specialist X Parental support/ X assistance Anxiolysis X Moderate sedation X General anesthesia X Breathing suspended X general anesthesia Table 2.
Effectiveness of Hypnotherapy with Cancer Patients' Trajectory: Emesis, Acute Pain, and Analgesia and Anxiolysis in Procedures.
Inhaled nitrous oxide, which provides mild analgesia, sedation, amnesia and anxiolysis is another medication that is safe to use and is useful in children who are frightened about procedures such as dressing changes or suture removal.
A] receptors have been implicated in a variety of conditions, including stress, anxiety, depression, epilepsy, insomnia, and learning and memory; in addition, they contribute to various acute effects of alcohol, such as sedation and anxiolysis (Johnston 2005; Mohler 2006; Sieghart and Sperk 2002).
Anxiolysis, a key element in sedation, is relief from uneasiness.
The South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners, for instance, defines level I surgery as including minor procedures in which "[oral] preoperative medication and/or unsupplemented local anesthesia" is used in quantities no greater than the manufacturer's recommended dose, with "no drug-induced alteration of consciousness other than preoperative minimal [oral] anxiolysis of the patient.
Further, decaffeination of BTB did not impair its anxiolytic action indicating that anxiolysis was not mediated via caffeine.