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Flashcards in Intravenous Anesthetics Deck (16):
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Bind to GAB A receptor sites; increase duration of chloride channel opening

Thiopental

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Binds to GABA A receptors, increases frequency of chloride channel opening

Midazolam

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Blocks excitation by glutamate at NMDA receptors

Ketamine

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Modulates GABAa receptors containing B3 subunits

Etomidate

5

Interact with mu, delta and kapa receptors for endogenous opioid peptides

Fentanyl

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Potentiates GABA A receptors, blocks Na channels

Propofol

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Also for increased ICP

Thiopental

8

May cause acute intermittent porphyria

Thiopental

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Associated with post op respiratory depression

Midazolam

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Dissociative amnesia

Ketamine

11

Emergence delirium

Ketamine

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Esp for patients with limited cardiac or respiratory reserve

Etomidate

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Adrenocoetical suppression

Etomidate

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Antidote for fentanyl

Nalaxone

15

Milk of amnesia

Propofol

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Intravenous anesthetics

Thiopental, midazol, ketamine, etomidate, fentanyl, propofol