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    Implications With any anesthetic procedure done on an animal, it needs to be a requirement that all staff is trained. Going forward, the veterinary community needs to work together to ensure that they are not allowing untrained staff to be responsible for a patient who is undergoing an anesthetic procedure. This study has shown that lack of staff training is the number one cause for anesthetic-related issues that occur in veterinary medicine. Recommendations Going forward, there are easy steps that could be done to help fix the problem of lack of staff training. Two of the things that could help, is ensuring every hospital has at least one licensed technician on staff that is responsible for monitoring anesthesia and for helping to train other staff members about anesthesia safety. Proper staff training on all aspects of anesthesia is something else that could help to drastically reduce the number of complications that occur. This could be easily accomplished by simple in-house or on-line training methods. There are many online courses that are designed to teach people about proper anesthetic…

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    Anesthetic Exposure

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    Introduction Volatile inhaled anesthetics are commonly used for general anesthesia worldwide because of their fast action and easy management. However, there is accumulating evidence indicating that general anesthetics that activate gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) receptors induce widespread apoptosis at a clinically relevant concentration in the developing brain of rodents [1, 2, 3]. Furthermore, anesthetic administration in children causes long-term impairments of cognitive behavior later in…

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    Since the main purpose of general anesthetics were to help patients who were suffering from some sort of pain as a pain reliver to induce unconsciousness for some surgical or medical procedures. The effects were purely similar for local anesthetics as well just not administered properly that can result in more harm than benefits. As mentioned in the textbook cocaine being considered a local anesthetic this main difference between cocaine is that when it does enter the bloodstream it reaches the…

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    Modern Day Anesthetics

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    The Use of Modern-Day Anesthetics Stems from the Use of Anesthetics During the Civil War Modern-day anesthetics can trace its roots from the use of Sulfuric Ether and Chloroform during the Civil War. While these anesthetics were discovered prior to the civil war, the use of these drugs helped create developments in these drugs and popularity that these drugs drew helped these anesthetics become what they are today. The first two anesthetics ever used were called sulfuric ether and chloroform.…

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    Anesthesia

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    Imagine having appendicitis, unknowingly, it bursts in the middle of the day, and emergency surgery is needed. The pain before the surgery is so excruciating, and all that is desired is relief from that stabbing pressure in the right side of the stomach. Doctors surround and prep the patient for the operation. The patient is asked to count back from a number, while the anesthesiologist administers the anesthesia. The patient becomes completely unconscious, waking up hours later with no…

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    Lidocaine Research Paper

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    Discovery What we know today as “lidocaine” was discovered by two Swedish chemists, Nils Löfgren and Bengt Lundqvist, in 1942. Hans v. Euler was investigating genes and enzymes that were related to barley. He then isolated gramine, which was an indole. Erdtman then synthesized the isogramine and found that it had weak anesthetic properties. Then, Erdtman and Löfgren synthesized amino amides but nothing was better than the existing ester-type anesthetic. Some time later, Löfgren and Lundqvist…

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    Hello Everyone, The difference between analgesic and an anesthetic are that one is for someone being put under for surgery and the other for people dealing with pain. An example for analgesic is that a person who takes Motrin for a headache. We all have suffered from headaches, but it usually is an easy fix to take something for the pain. Where anesthetic is that woman who is going to have a caesarian delivery also known as a C-section. I haven’t experienced this surgery personally but have…

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    Rangi's Treatment Plan

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    My comprehensive treatment plan for Rangi will include restorative treatments, along with a caries management plan to avoid secondary caries and enhance enamel remineralisation. Furthermore, adequate preventive periodontal measures may halt the progression of Rangi’s gingivitis. I will plan Rangi’s treatment according to his caries risk status. According to the protocols for the clinical management of caries by risk factor level (CAMBRA), this is a positive measure of successful caries…

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