thiamylal


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thiamylal

 [thi-am´ĭ-lal]
an ultrashort-acting thiobarbiturate used as an intravenous anesthetic.
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Comparison of propofol and thiamylal for induction and maintainance of anaesthesia for outpatient surgery.
Kaplan JA et al (5) compared the haemodynamic effects of propofol (2.5 mg/kg) and thiamylal (4 mg/kg) on myocardial revascularization patients.
Kumazawa, "Effects of propofol on ischemia and reperfusion in the isolated rat heart compared with thiamylal," Japanese Heart Journal, vol.
Anaesthesia was achieved with thiamylal, fentanyl, sevoflurane and [N.sub.2]O with vecuronium for muscle relaxation.
Several ultrashort-acting barbiturates are used for anesthetic induction (thiopental, thiamylal, and methohexital), as hypnotics (pentobarbital and secobarbital), and for seizure control and prophylaxis (phenobarbital).
Comparative pharmacokinetics and anesthetic effects of methohexital, pentobarbital, thiamylal, and thiopental in Greyhound dogs and non-Greyhound, mixedbreed dogs.
After pre-anesthesia with thiamylal sodium 25 mg/kg body weight i.v., a mixture of 4% halothane and 96% oxygen for surgical anesthesia was administered by facemask.
This assay interference could be reproduced with thiopental added to control plasma and also with thiamylal (another thiobarbiturate) added to control plasma.
Changes in left ventricular end-diastolic area, end-systolic wall stress, and fractional area change during anesthetic induction with propofol or thiamylal. J Anesth 2000; 14: 138-42.