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The usefulness of ketamine

Post  kokoblue on Thu Jul 01, 2010 9:12 pm

Ketamine as a new non-barbiturate intravenous anesthetic, first contact path blocking the brain cortex and thalamus to the new projection, it is also part of the awareness of the existence of pain is obvious and completely disappeared; with the blood concentration to inhibit the central nervous system. Rapid but short-lived effect of Ketamine can selectively inhibit the brain and hypothalamus, about 30 seconds after intravenous anesthetic that is produced, but not by inhibition of autonomic reflex. Generally does not suppress breathing, but it may occur short-term mitigation and tidal volume respiratory rate decreased, particularly susceptible to rapid intravenous injection. After injection of ketamine can cause a certain degree of blood pressure and pulse rate up faster, and may cause laryngospasm.


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Post  caseycolin on Wed Aug 11, 2010 11:37 pm

Very well explained. I would like to say that it is very interesting to read your article.

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