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1

lab confirmed tests for succinylcholine use

pseudocholinesterase
dibucaine no.

2

only IV agent that triggers malignant hyperthermia

succinylcholine

3

longest acting nondepolarizing agent

pancuronium

4

same with succinyl choline

mivacurium

5

why is it impractical to use inhalational only technique?

doses required would > side effects

6

All inhaled anes would reduce BP except for

NO (normal/increased)

7

2 most commonly used ihaled anes

sevoflurane
desflurane

8

local anes, long duration ester, used for long surgeries

tetracaine

9

immediate tx for CNS toxicity of local anes

benzodiazepine/thiopental

10

"fast in, slow out anesthetic"

bupivacaine

11

cardiotoxic local anesthetic

bupivacaine

12

additive to local anes

epinephrine(vasoconstriction)
sodium bicarb (increases pH - vasoconstrict)

13

local anesthetic injected near a large nerve/plexus

peripheral nerve block

14

examples of central nerve blocks

spinal and epidural

15

level of injection in spinal anes

below L1/2

16

complications of spinal anes

hypotension

17

injury to the nerves in the SC resulting in bladder dysfunction

cauda equine syndrome

18

accidental dural puncture results in

severe headache, 10 d duration