thiopentone sodium


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thiopentone sodium

[¦thī·ō′pen‚tēn ′sōd·ē·əm]
(organic chemistry)
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Based on the measured parameters it also concludes that propofol is preferably recommended as safe therapy than thiopentone sodium for the surgical operations.
On the 11th day, under injection thiopentone sodium anesthesia, the sutures were cut opened to get implanted cotton pellets with granulation tissue around.
Propofol is more expensive and its onset is slower than thiopentone sodium but recovery is quick.
Again in 1946, PD Short (48) presented two successful recoveries from convulsions, after administering thiopentone sodium infusions.
Experimental cervical oesophagoplasty with chrome processed aortic allograft was performed in 12 dogs under general anaesthesia using triflupromazine hydrochloride and thiopentone sodium combination.
The surgeries were performed under general anaesthesia using Thiopentone sodium @15mg/kg b.wt.
Studies on intravenous anesthesia with propofol thiopentone sodium and ketamine hydrochloride in calves.
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).
Induction was carried out by injection thiopentone sodium with a dose of 3-5 mg/kg body weight and intubation or insertion of laryngeal mask airway was facilitated succinylcholine 1 mg/kg.