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1

which injection anesthetic has the longest duration

Marcaine ( bupivacaine HCl

2

opioids

preanesthetic medications

3

etomidate

general anesthetics: intravenous

4

bupivacaine

local anesthetics

5

barbiturates

general anesthetics: intravenous

6

which topical anesthetic has the longest effect

lidocaine can last 5-30 mins and cocaine can least 20 mins

7

ardicaine

local anesthetics

8

these drugs work by targeting Na channels in the axon

local anesthetics

9

sevoflurane

general anesthetics :inhaled

10

proparacaine

local anesthetics

11

benzodiazepenes

preanesthetic medications

12

opioids

general anesthetics: intravenous

13

the mechanism of action of these anesthetics is unknown, thought to be similar to inhaled

intravenous anesthetics

14

which injection anesthetic has the shortest onset time

carbocaine ( mepivicaine HCl)

15

nitrous oxide

general anesthetics :inhaled

16

lidocaine

local anesthetics

17

this drug is commonly used during the induction phase of preanesthesia

thiopental

18

desflurane

general anesthetics :inhaled

19

procaine

local anesthetics

20

these anesthetics have no specific receptor; there are interactions with proteins comprising ion channels

inhalation anesthetics

21

which topical anesthetic produces anesthesia the quickest

tetracaine , benoxinate, and proparacaine all the same; followed by lidocaine and then cocaine

22

tetracaine

local anesthetics

23

antiemetics

preanesthetic medications

24

mepivacaine

local anesthetics

25

antihistamines

preanesthetic medications

26

benoxinate

local anesthetics

27

isoflurane

general anesthetics :inhaled

28

propofol

general anesthetics: intravenous

29

ketamine

general anesthetics: intravenous

30

benzodiazepenes

general anesthetics: intravenous

31

anticholinergics

preanesthetic medications

32

antacids

preanesthetic medications