Pharm Exam 1
Isoflurane is an ______________________.
Mechanism of action for _________________ not clear. Maybe amplifies GABA?
_______________ is used for induction and maintenance of general anesthesia.
Nursing considerations for __________________ are Adverse effects: PONV(Postoperative nausea and vomiting), Malignant hyperthermia.
- Treat with IV Dantrium
Contraindications for _________________: family hx of malignant hyperthermia, history of severe PONV.
- Substitute TIVA
________________ is a Hypermetabolic response that is Potentially fatal. Caused by
- Inhalation anesthetics
- succinylcholine (NMB)
- Linked to muscular disorders (e.g. Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
- How to treat?
- IV dantrolene sodium (Dantrium) & Body cooling
_________________ is an Intravenous Anesthetic
Mechanism of action (MOA) for ____________ : depresses CNS via GABA amplification
- No analgesia
Use(s): induction and maintenance of general anesthesia.
Nursing considerations for Propofol are?
contraindications: soy or egg allergy. Lipid metabolism disorders.
- Widely used medication
- Risk of mishandling
______________________ is another IV option for general anesthesia
- BBW for emergence delirium, hallucinations, and unpleasant dreams
Risk of malignant hyperthermia
Risk of hepatotoxicity
Effects dissipate after 30 mins.
Higher chance of post-op N/V
Odor may limit use to maintenance
No risk of malignant hyperthermia
Assess for food allergies (egg, soy)
Effects dissipate quickly
Post-op N/V less likely
Aseptic technique (handling)
Pain at IV site
________________ is a Neuromuscular Blocking Agents