thiopentone sodium


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thiopentone sodium

Thiopental, a barbiturate drug widely used as a pleasant and rapid induction agent for general anaesthesia. The drug is given by slow intravenous injection. The drug is on the WHO official list. A brand name is Thiopental.
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In 1945 Dr SC Hawes (49) ensured three days of "almost surgical" anaesthesia by a thiopentone sodium drip (1 g per 0.
Standard induction was used for both groups with Thiopentone sodium as intravenous inducing agent and Vecuronium as these agents are relatively more cardiostable and cause lesser haemodynamic changes.
5 percent Thiopentone sodium (c) (Thiosol sodium injection) given to the effect.
Induction of anaesthesia was carried out with thiopentone sodium sufficient to abolish eyelash reflex.
Treatment and Results The dog was anesthetized with Xylazine and Thiopentone sodium combination and positioned in right lateral recumbency.
After premedication patient was preoxygenated with 100% oxygen for 3minutes and induced with Thiopentone sodium.
The general anaesthesia was achieved by intravenous injection thiopentone sodium @ 20 mg per kg body weight.
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