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inhalational

(ˌɪnhəˈleɪʃənəl)
adj
(Medicine) med of, involving, or working by means of inhalation
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The same vaporizer delivers Isoflurane or Sevoflurane and the rate of induction of inhalational anaesthesia is independent of fresh gas flow.
Then later newer generations of halogenated hydrocarbon anaesthetics were introduced by replacing the hydrogen atom with fluorine atom to decrease flammable property of the inhalational agents.
Initial anaesthesia plan was to give inhalational induction with controlled mode of ventilation with both ultrasound guided arterial and central venous line insertion.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment and prophylaxis of inhalational anthrax, from GSK.
In the article, “Effects of the combination of mask preconditioning with idazolam pretreatment on anxiety and mask acceptance during pediatric inhalational induction and postoperative mask fear in children”, which appeared in the pages 1908-1914, issue 12, vol.
These included the cause of the burn, depth of the burn, TBSA involved, the day after the burn, and presence of compromising factors, such as inhalational injury, wound infection, septicaemia, and organ failure at the time of surgery.
Nowadays, inhalational anesthetics are not considered nephrotoxic.
So non-invasive inhalational insulin was approved in 2006 by United States Federal Drug Agency (US FDA)1.
1) Isoflurane is one of most used inhalational anesthetics and one of the safest among currently available.
Although an evidence-based clinical definition of inhalational melioidosis has recently been published (2), the proportion of melioidosis cases resulting from inhalation is unknown, and attempts to culture B.
Greater patient compliance and less number of side effects as compared to inhalational anesthetics are driving the growth of this market.
Mild symptoms from acute inhalational exposure to methyl bromide include headache, malaise, generalized weakness, and nausea; more severe manifestations of acute inhalational exposure include tremors, myoclonus, altered mental status, seizures, respiratory symptoms, and renal failure (4).