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propofol-mode of action
stimulates GABA receptors
propofol-onset & duration
highly lipid soluble, quick onset-> 1 min and short duration-4-10 minutes
propofol-side effects
decrease HR & BP due to decreae SVR and CO.
dose dependant resp depression
decrease in CBF and ICP
Ketamine-mode of action
NMDA receptors, Opioid rec, monoaminergic rec, causes diret stimulation of CNS to inhibit norepi reuptake
ketamine-metabolite
norketamine-1/3 to 1/5 potent
ketamine-effects
increase in BP,HR,CO,PAP,CVP, CI,ICP
minimal resp depress
inc secretions, crosses BBB
ketamine-dose
1-2 mg/kg IV
5-10 mg/kg IM
ketamine-onset & duration
onset 1-2 minutes
duration 10-15 minutes
ketamine-elimination
hepatic
thiopental-mode of action
barbituate
activates GABA receptor
depresses RAS
thiopental-effects
decrease BP, increase HR
decrease CBF and ICP
histamine release
inc N/V
thiopental-contraind
acute intermittant porphyria
status asthmaticus
thiopental-dose
3-6 mg/kg
thiopental-onset & duration
onset <30 seconds

dur 15-20 minutes
thiopental-elimination
hepatic/renal