Jorgensen's drug administration principles

Jorgensen's drug administration principles

(jor´gənsəns),
n.pr the principles employed in the selection and administration of intravenous sedative agents that have a wide margin of safety and predictable effects and that, in combination, can elevate the pain threshold, produce euphoria, have an antisialogogue effect, and promote an amnesic response. The principles include the sequence and rate of administration while monitoring patient response signs.