Anesthetic agents

Anesthetic agents

Medication or drugs that can be injected with a needle or rubbed onto and area to make it numb before a surgical procedure. Anesthesia drugs may also be given by mouth, breathed in as a gas, or injected into a vein or muscle to make a patient relaxed or unconscious.
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Ketamine was the last drug added and if seizures were still not controlled then anesthetic agents like thiopental and propofol were used.
Next Generation SedLine provides an enhanced Patient State Index - a processed EEG parameter related to the effect of anesthetic agents - based on its enhanced signal processing engine.
Cancer recurrence after surgery: direct and indirect effects of anesthetic agents.
It covers the research-based rationale, advantages, and limitations of different anesthetic agents and routes of administration, with an emphasis on supplemental anesthetic techniques.
There are multiple local anesthetic solutions that are used nowadays, so the dentists should have a good understanding of the anesthetic agents, their mechanism of action, and their clinical effectiveness.
Even though appropriate anesthetic agents are used with recommended doses, unwanted effects of sedation can be seen8,9 and it is important to present how often these side effects occur and which risk factors trigger them.
They should be immobilized or killed with topical anesthetic agents or other preparations before removal with instrumentation or irrigation.
Tenders are invited for (Analgesics, anesthetics, antibiotics, anesthetic agents, antiviral, immune-boosting, vidharkuyuchi, antitussive, blockers for the treatment of gastrointestinal and other;)) 21.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of some selected anesthetic agents on P.
General anesthesia using inhaled anesthetic agents has become the veterinary standard for dental procedures.
We hypothesize that sevoflurane and propofol affect miRNA expression profiles in the brain, expect to understand the mechanism of anesthetic agents.
The three most widely used anesthetic agents in nail surgery are lidocaine (Xylocaine), bupivacaine (Marcaine), and ropivacaine (Naropin).