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Classification of general anaesthetics

Classification of general anaesthetics

Classification of general anaesthetics I. Inhalational anaesthetics i. Gases Nitrous oxide 70-80% with other agents Cyclopropane 5-25% ii. Volatile liquids Ether (Diethyl ether) 3-10% Trichloroethylene (TRILENE) 0.25-0.75% Halothane (FLUOTHANE) 0.5-2.0% Methoxyflurane (PENTHRANE) 0.1-0.3% Enflurane (ETHRANE) 1-3.0% Isoflurane (FORANE) 0.8-2.0% II. Intravenous anaesthetics i. Ultra short acting barbiturates Hexobarbitone (sodium salt) Thiopentone sodium 3-5 mg/kg as […]

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