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Anesthetics

GenericMOAADR
halothane 1. hyperpolarize nuerons & 2. pre-synaptic: reduces the amount of NT released Hepatitis, occurs several days after sedation
enflurane 1. hyperpolarize nuerons & 2. pre-synaptic: reduces the amount of NT released Seizures, hypotension
isoflurane 1. hyperpolarize nuerons & 2. pre-synaptic: reduces the amount of NT released Odor, not induction, hypotension
desflurane 1. hyperpolarize nuerons & 2. pre-synaptic: reduces the amount of NT released Strong irritant, not induction, very low partition coefficient
sevoflurane 1. hyperpolarize nuerons & 2. pre-synaptic: reduces the amount of NT released Non-irritating, induction and maintenance
nitrous oxide Antagonizes NMDA and GABAa Insoluble in blood, adjunct, weak anesthetic, does have analgesic properties
thiopental GABAa Agonist/barbiturates/Increases ClCh opening duration Suppression of EEG
etomidate GABAa Agonist, hypnosis; no analgesia Nausea and Vomiting!
ketamine NMDA receptor antagonist. Eyes open, breathe independently Hypertension!
propofol GABAa Agonist Respiratory depression! Pt. must be ventilated
Created by: piro12