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Re: Drugs used to induce anesthesia

Posted by Honore on April 14, 2007, at 5:35:59

In reply to Re: Drugs used to induce anesthesia, posted by stargazer on April 13, 2007, at 22:17:53

From what they told me, they use various combinations, depending on the situation. They mentioned versed, partifcularly because that's for op and post op amnesia, fentayl, demerol, and others.

It depends a lot on how deep and how long you'll be under. Some agents are much more quickacting; also they use less of each agent, because of combos.

Seems like anethesthia has evolved a lot in the last 10 or so years.

General anesthesia covers a lot of different types of unconsciousness, using many different drugs in syngergistic combinations now.





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