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thiopentone sodium

[¦thī·ō′pen‚tēn ′sōd·ē·əm]
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On the 11th day, under injection thiopentone sodium anesthesia, the sutures were cut opened to get implanted cotton pellets with granulation tissue around.
Following induction with thiopentone sodium, there was a fall in systolic and diastolic blood pressure and a slight rise in heart rate in both the groups.
We took up this research with the objectives to evaluate the changes in cardiorespiratory parameters during induction with intravenous (IV) propofol or thiopentone.
Usefulness of propofol to prevent succinylcholine induced fasciculations and myalgia a comparison with thiopentone sodium as an induction agent.
Propofol is more expensive and its onset is slower than thiopentone sodium but recovery is quick.
Table 3: The effect of thiopentone and propofol as induction agent on the frequency of
Two agents that have not been linked to ototoxicity--oxytocin and thiopentone sodium--were found to be ototoxic in our study (1 case each).
Thiopentone is sometimes used for refractory ICP: at adequate doses it causes burst suppression on EEG, reduced metabolic demand and therefore cerebral blood flow and cerebral blood volume, and hence ICP.
The induction of general anaesthesia for electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) often includes intravenous agents, such as propofol, methohexitone and thiopentone (1).
Comparison of propofol and thiopentone for rapid sequence induction of anaesthesia.
These include common drugs such as diazepam, ketamine, pancuronium, thiopentone, enflurane and etomodate.