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Propofol

by Albertina Florence | 01 June 2014
Category: Medical Academic
Propofol is an injectable agent that is commonly used for general anaesthesia. In addition to its central nervous system depressant action, propofol may exhibit temporary analgesia although this has been debated. Several studies have reported analgesic effects of subhypnotic doses of propofol on pain perception in humans. Moreover, some recent clinical studies have reported that surgery patients receiving propofol anaesthesia experienced reduced postoperative pain. This book discusses the pharmacokinetics, medical uses and potential health effects of propofol in further detail.
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Propofol is an injectable agent that is commonly used for general anaesthesia. In addition to its central nervous system depressant action, propofol may exhibit temporary analgesia although this has been debated. Several studies have reported analgesic effects of subhypnotic doses of propofol on pain perception in humans. Moreover, some recent clinical studies have reported that surgery patients receiving propofol anaesthesia experienced reduced postoperative pain. This book discusses the pharmacokinetics, medical uses and potential health effects of propofol in further detail.
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€141.39
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424 Reward Points

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Propofol is an injectable agent that is commonly used for general anaesthesia. In addition to its central nervous system depressant action, propofol may exhibit temporary analgesia although this has been debated. Several studies have reported analgesic effects of subhypnotic doses of propofol on pain perception in humans. Moreover, some recent clinical studies have reported that surgery patients receiving propofol anaesthesia experienced reduced postoperative pain. This book discusses the pharmacokinetics, medical uses and potential health effects of propofol in further detail.

Product Details

Propofol

ISBN9781631174360

Format

PublisherNOVA SCIENCE PUBLISHERS (01 June. 2014)

No. of Pages76

Weight184

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 155 x 7