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What are the Characteristics of Nitrous Oxide?
Still used in some veterinary hospitals; *Only gas anesthetic which comes in a GAS FORM instead of a liquid!
What are the Characteristics of Chlorofluorocarbons?
Halothane, *Isoflurane, Methoxyflurane,*Sevoflurane
-Liquids @ room temperature but vaporize easily in anesthetic vaporizers.
*Used in our clinic*
Low Solubility Coefficient
Rapid Induction & Recovery
High Solubility Coefficient
Slow Induction & Recovery
Specific Inhalant Agents and their Properties:
METHOXYFLURANE
-Vapor Pressure: approx. = to 3%
-Solubility Coefficient: High
(low induction)
-Lipid Solubility: High,
>50% Metabolized
-MAC: 0.23%
Specific Inhalant Agents and their Properties:
HALOTHANE
-Vapor Pressure: 30%
-Solubility Coefficient: Moderate
-Lipid Solubility: Moderate
10-20% Metabolized
-MAC: 1.2-1.3%
Specific Inhalant Agents and their Properties:
*ISOFLURANE*
-Vapor Pressure: 30%
-Solubility Coefficient: Low
(fast induction)
-Lipid Solubility: Low (easier to eliminate)
0.25% Metabolized
-MAC: 0.87%
Specific Inhalant Agents and their Properties:
SEVOFLURANE:
-Vapor Pressure: Lower than Isoflurane
-Solubility Coefficient: Low (fast induction)
-Lipid Solubility: Low (easier to eliminate)
3% Metabolized
-MAC: 2.36%