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Lidocaine
1.5 mg/kg, given 3 minutes before intubation of head injury or asthma
Etomidate
0.2-0.4 mg/kg (usually ~20 mg);
Propafol
1-2 mg/kg; only contra-indication/limitation is HYPOTN
Ketamine
1.5 mg/kg (standard 100 mg); relative contra-indic is HTN;
Used for asthma
Succinylcholine
2 mg/kg IV (150-200 mg) or
4 mg/kg IM (300 mg)
Rocuronium
1.2 mg/kg (100 mg)
lasts 20-40 min
Vecuronium
0.15 mg/kg (10 mg) provides 40 min
Fentanyl post-intubation sedation (dose and advantages)
100 mcg/hr (can titrate up or down based on BP and agitation)

Decreases pain, air hunger, sympathetic response, anxiety
Propafol post-intubation sedation
5-50 mcg/kg/min (can titrate up or down based on BP and agitation)

Decreases anxiety, HTN
Versed for post-intubation
0.025-0.2 mg/kg/hr

Decreases anxiety, amnestic, lowers sz threshold
Ketamine qtt
0.5 mg/kg bolus, then
0.5-1 mg/kg/hr qtt

Useful in asthma, therapeutic hypothermia w/ shivering, hypotension