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Computer-Assisted Continuous Infusion of Intravenous Anesthesia Drugs (International Anesthesiology Clinics)

Computer-Assisted Continuous Infusion of Intravenous Anesthesia Drugs (International Anesthesiology Clinics)

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Published by Little Brown & Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health/Fitness

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    ContributionsBradley E. Smith (Editor), J. G. Reves (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10426321M
    ISBN 100316060755
    ISBN 109780316060752

    -To assure adequate anesthesia, when propofol is the only agent used, ed as the primary agent, maintenance infusion rates should not be less than mcg/kg/min and should be supplemented with analgesic levels of continuous / Intravenous anesthesia was performed with 10 mg/mL propofol and 50 µg/mL remifentanil simultaneously administered using two separate modules of a continuous computer-assisted TCI system. The average target concentration was set at 2 µg/mL and 2 ng/mL Cited by: 3.

    INTRODUCTION. Propofol, etomidate, and ketamine are the intravenous (IV) sedative-hypnotic agents commonly used to induce general anesthesia ().After IV injection, these induction agents have rapid .   provides accurate and independent information on more t prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and natural products. This material is provided for .

    Pharmacokinetic Fundamentals and IV Anesthesia I. There are two important fundamental parameters (Cl and V d) and one frequently misleading derived parameter (T 1/2). Cl = clearance = Dose/AUC. AUC = area under the curve; i.e., the drug level vs. time curve Clearance may be thought of as the volume of plasma that appears to be entirely cleared of drug . The only potential drawback to this text for readers in the United States could lie in sections of the drug information chapter sourcing only United Kingdom and Australia formulations, and legal status information for specific drugs. Otherwise, this book .


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Get this from a library. Computer-assisted continuous infusion of intravenous anesthesia drugs. [J G Reves; Bradley E Smith;]. Current drug dosing charts for 48 of the most common, and most difficult to administer, intravenous infusion critical care drugs ensure that the information you need is readily available.

Quick reference drug /5(28). The Handbook of Pre-clinical Continuous Intravenous Infusion answers the needs of researchers and technicians by providing complete instructions for a wide range of infusion techniques 5/5(1).

The Handbook of Pre-clinical Continuous Intravenous Infusion answers the needs of researchers and technicians by providing complete instructions for a wide range of infusion Cited by: Continuous infusion of intravenous anesthetics can be achieved either by a manually controlled infusion (MCI) pump, or by a computer-assisted continuous infusion (CACI) pharmacokinetic model-driven infusion by: The design and implementation of a computer-assisted continuous infusion (CACI)system to rapidly attain and maintain a constant plasma fentanyl concentration(PFC), as well as a CACI system that allowed the anesthesiologist to change theplasma level of fentanyl during cardiac anesthesia, were developed.

In 30patients (three groups of 10 patients each) these two automated methods offentanyl infusion Cited by: sidual analgesia is a benefit with some intravenous agents.

These drugs can also be used to supplement inhalational anesthetic agents, providing balanced anesthesia. Some intravenous anesthetic agents can be used as the sole or primary agents for the main-tenance of surgical anesthesia by means of an initial bolus followed by continuous Size: KB.

The Delivery of Drugs to Patients by Continuous Intravenous Infusion: Modeling Predicts Potential Dose Fluctuations Depending on Flow Rates and Infusion System Dead Volume Mark A. Lovich, MD. The most rapid of all parenteral routes, because it bypasses all barriers to drug absorption. Drugs may be given by direct injection with a needle in the vein, but they are more commonly administered intermittently or by continuous infusion.

PedSAP Book 3 • Sedation and Analgesia 9 Analgesia and Sedation in Hospitalized Children chest syndrome is a rare phenomenon that has been associ-ated with the rapid infusion of high-dose File Size: 2MB.

• Phase I — Adult (>50kg) continuous infusions. There will be two versions of this list, and Version has been finalized and includes 32 of the most commonly used or high-alert medications administ ered via continuous IV infusion. Individual academic groups have referred to this technology by a variety of acronyms, including CATIA (computer-assisted total intravenous anesthesia), [1 ] TIAC (titration of intravenous agents by computer), [2 ] CACI (computer-assisted continuous infusion), [3 ] and CCIP (computer-controlled infusion Cited by: Anesthesiology Theil DR, Stanley TE 3d, White WD, et al: Midazolam and fen- tanyl continuous infusion anesthesia for cardiac surgery: a com- parison of computer-assisted versus manual infusion Cited by: 8.

Infusion of drugs can also be used to reduce the inspired concentration of inhalational anesthetic agents and is called partial intravenous anesthesia (PIVA). Partial intravenous anesthesia or TIVA techniques have been used for many years for anesthetic management Cited by: With continuous drip, the depth of anesthesia is controlled by adjusting the rate of infusion.

Usual Adult Dose for Seizures For the control of convulsive states following anesthesia (inhalation or local) or 8/ Target-controlled drug delivery using computer-assisted infusion devices has been described for quite some devices control infusion of a drug based on known pharmacokinetic parameters and are different from commonly available infusion pumps that infuse drugs based on set infusion rates based on er-assisted infusion.

CARDIAC ANESTHESIA generally consists of a continuous infusion of an opioid and a benzodiazepine; sufentanil and midazolam are often combined.

1 For both drugs, pharmacokinetic model-driven infusion Cited by: Total intravenous anaesthesia (TIVA) is a technique of anaesthesia which involves use of intravenous drugs to anaesthetize the patient without the use of inhalational : Balasubramanian Thiagarajan. Propofol is a short-acting intravenous anesthetic with high lipid solubility and a short elimination half-life, can be used as an induction agent as well as a maintenance anesthetic when given as a continuous infusion.

Propofol is increasingly the agent of choice for general anesthesia. The initial infusion rate is not greater than 30 mg/min.

2. Follow with a slow infusion of mg over the next 6 hours (1 mg/min). Prepare solution with mg amiodarone in mL D5W glass bottle. 3. Follow with a maintenance infusion of mg over the remaining 18 hours ( mg/min).

4. After the first 24 hours: mg/min continuous infusion.Drug Delivery System to Improve the Perioperative Administration of Intravenous Drugs: Computer Assisted Continuous Infusion (CACI) Glass, Peter S.

A. MB, ChB ; Reves, J. G. MD Anesthesia & .• simple ml/h request giving rise to the simplest infusion pump, say for ward use • unit of drug per unit patient weight per unit time with variable units used for each; for example mg/kg/h or µg/kg/min.

Clearly when dosing drug in this manner, the drug .