induction of anesthesia

induction of anesthesia

1 the administration of a drug or combination of drugs at the beginning of an anesthetic that results in a state of general anesthesia.
2 the process of causing general anesthesia by the administration of pharmaceutics.
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5 mg per kg), 40 minutes before induction of anesthesia with propofol.
Immediately before induction of anesthesia with propofol, the patients in the experimental group (50 study subjects) received 30 mg/kg bolus dose and magnesium sulfate infusion at 10 mg/kg/h, whereas the subjects in the control group (50 patients) were administered normal saline.
Fifteen minutes after induction of anesthesia, the penguin was transferred into the MRI room and connected to an MRI-compatible anesthesia machine through an adult rebreathing circuit.
Before the induction of anesthesia, patients in both groups were premedicated with midazolam 0.
Propofol is Effective to Depress Fentanyl- Induced Cough during Induction of Anesthesia.
Fifty percent of children will report a high level of anxiety during the induction of anesthesia (Davidson et al.
The induction of anesthesia with clove oil was smooth and the time taken for induction appeared to be decreasing with increasing doses.
Based on children's behavior and physiological parameters, the induction of anesthesia appears to be the most stressful moment for the child during the perioperative period [3, 5].