thiopental sodium


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thiopental sodium

(thī′ō-pĕn′tăl′, -tôl′)
n.
A barbiturate, C11H17N2O2SNa, that takes effect rapidly, used to induce general anesthesia, as an anticonvulsant, and for euthanasia. Also called sodium thiopental.

thiopental sodium

(thī″ō-pĕn′tăl)
An ultra–short-acting barbiturate used as an adjuvant in surgical anesthesia.
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On the other hand, when administered concomitantly with thiopental sodium, it prolongs very significantly the hypnotic effect of the latter (Table 4).
However, it has a very low sedative effect at these doses, compared with bromazepam 20 mg/kg (Table 2), and has the ability to prolong the hypnotic effect of thiopental sodium (Table 4).
In addition, at 100 mg/kg, all these products have the ability to prolong the hypnotic effect of thiopental sodium.
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Anaesthesia was induced with Thiopental sodium intravenously and intubated.