Preanesthetic Drugs (Anesthetic Adjuncts)

Sherry Grisham-Cushing
Mind Map by Sherry Grisham-Cushing, updated more than 1 year ago
Sherry Grisham-Cushing
Created by Sherry Grisham-Cushing over 5 years ago
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Mind Map on Preanesthetic Drugs (Anesthetic Adjuncts), created by Sherry Grisham-Cushing on 10/09/2014.

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Preanesthetic Drugs (Anesthetic Adjuncts)
1 Anticholinergics
1.1 Atropine
1.2 Glycopyrrolate
2 Major/Minor Tranquilizers
2.1 Phenothiazine derivatives
2.1.1 Acepromazine
2.2 Benzodiazepines
2.2.1 Diazepam
2.2.2 Midazolam
2.2.3 Zolazepam
3 Sedatives that are analgesics
3.1 Thiazine Derivatives (α-2 adrenergic agonists)
3.1.1 Xylazine
3.1.2 Dexmedetomidine
3.1.3 Romifidine
4 Opioids
4.1 agonist
4.1.1 morphine
4.1.2 fentanyl
4.1.3 hydromorphone
4.2 agonist/antagonist
4.2.1 butorphanol
4.3 partial agonist
4.3.1 buprenorphine
5 Neuroleptanalgesics
5.1 Any combo of opioid and tranquilizer
6 Gastroprotectants and Antiemetics
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