Propofol is a short-acting intravenous anesthetic
and has a short awakening time.
Etomidate, an intravenous anesthetic
, was invented by scientists from Janssen Pharmaceuticals in the 1960s, CNN quoted Greg Panico, a spokesman for the company, as saying.
This report describes the successful use of a propofol-based total intravenous anesthetic
(TIVA) protocol in a king penguin with a history of seizures.
The traditional combat anesthetic is a balanced technique of volatile inhalation gas and intravenous anesthetic
PROPOTREND[TM], a non-invasive monitor for the most widely used intravenous anesthetic
agent, propofol, which measures changes in the free concentration of propofol in the blood by measuring changes in the propofol concentration in exhaled breath.
1984) reported that intravenous anesthetic
etomidate for prolonged sedation has been associated with low levels of plasma cortisol and increased mortality.
Based on technology licensed from Massachusetts General Hospital, Annovation is developing ABP-700, a novel intravenous anesthetic
which in Phase 1 clinical studies has demonstrated potent and rapidly reversible anesthetic effects.
Propofol is a non-cumulative intravenous anesthetic
agent having rapid onset and recovery producing smooth induction and requires intermittent injections for maintenance of anesthesia (Muir et al.
The first most effective, safe and reliable intravenous anesthetic
agent was thiopentone sodium.
Propofol is a very commonly used intravenous anesthetic
for general anesthesia worldwide.
Anesthesia in a patient with malignant systemic mastocytosis using a total intravenous anesthetic
Thiopental (sometimes called, although inaccurately, Sodium Pentothal) was the most commonly used intravenous anesthetic
agent for about fifty years, beginning in the mid-1940s.