thiopentone sodium


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thiopentone sodium

[¦thī·ō′pen‚tēn ′sōd·ē·əm]
(organic chemistry)
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Propofol is more expensive and its onset is slower than thiopentone sodium but recovery is quick.
A fitting, pregnant (27 weeks), hypertensive (220/11 mmhg), multiparous woman in coma had no further fits following treatment by a thiopentone sodium drip, was conscious after about 17 hours, then was delivered of a dead foetus.
A comparison of thiopentone sodium, propofol and midazolam for electroconvulsive therapy.
The surgeries were performed under general anaesthesia using Thiopentone sodium @15mg/kg b.
So, this study was designed to see if propofol offered any protection against succinylcholine induced fasciculations and myalgia compared with thiopentone sodium.
and thiopentone sodium in Europe and Australia, are the most frequently used agents, and they remain the most effective way to stop seizure activity in severe cases (4).
5% Thiopentone sodium was administered at dose rate of 25 mg / kg b.
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001) Variation in Intraocular Pressure between all Groups except Group I and II After 5 minutes of Infusion of Test Drug, after Thiopentone Sodium Administration, after Suxamethonium, 1 minute and 5 minutes After Intubation Dexmedetomidine Clonidine Control Time Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD T1 (Before 15.
5mg/kg was administrerd intramuscularly as premedicant and anesthesia achieved with Thiopentone sodium @ 20 mg/kg b.
Patients in whom thiopentone sodium, propofol or succinylcholine were contraindicated and with renal, hepatic or neuromuscular disorders were excluded.