intravenous anesthetic

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an anesthetic that produces anesthesia when injected into the circulatory system

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An intravenous anesthetic may prove to be a better option than a cumbersome anesthesia machine.
Propofol and other intravenous anesthetics have sites of action on the gamma-aminobutyric acid type A receptor distinct from that for isoflurane.
Rosow, Intravenous Anesthetics, in ANESTHESIOLOGY, supra note 3, at 849, 856.
Context-sensitive half-time in multicompartment pharmacokinetic models for intravenous anesthetic drugs.
An epidemiologic investigation identified use of an intravenous anesthetic, propofol (Diprivan [R] (*)), delivered by an infusion pump and attendance by one anesthesiologist as risk factors.
Intravenous anesthetic drugs accounted for the largest share -65% - of the U.
As with other rapidly acting intravenous anesthetic agents, the half-time of the blood-brain equilibration is approximately 1 to 3 minutes, accounting for the rate of induction of anesthesia.
The availability of rapid and shorter acting volatile and intravenous anesthetic agents facilitates early recovery in the ambulatory setting6.
However, it is showed by Morely et al that closed loop TCI does not have any clinically advantages over conventionally adjusted techniques of intravenous anesthetic administration.
Clinical pharmacology of propofol: an intravenous anesthetic agent.
a) A decline in the use of intravenous anesthetic agents
Propofol is relatively newer intravenous anaesthetic agent for an ideal intravenous anesthetic agent in clinical practice, Kay and Rolly introduced propofol in 1977.
The intravenous anesthetic dose is 1-2 mg/kg which causes only a moderate decrease in PO2 but CO2 responsiveness is maintained15.
However, we believe that if XenoPort can see Solzira to commercialization, it will improve the future partnering plans for other compounds such as XP-19986 for gastroesophageal reflux disease, and allow management to move forward with other candidates such as the intravenous anesthetic XP-20925.
Total intravenous anesthetic techniques, or a combination of low inspired concentrations of inhalational with intravenous agents may optimize rapid emergence.
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