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What was the first general anesthesia used in history and what was it used for? Why diethyl ether was replaced by halothane? What are five different component of general anesthesia? What are two different types of reflexes suppressed during general anesthesia? What is premedication? What are two stages of anesthesia? What are two different types of anesthesia? And offer examples. Which ones are often used for induction and why? What is the structural differences between two types of anesthesia? What is the driving force that gets the drug from the alveolus into the blood and then from the blood to the brain? How is inhalation anesthesia removed? Are they metabolized or which one have the highest metabolized rate and why? Why does solubility of inhalation anesthesia matter? Which of one is the least soluble: nitrous oxide, methoxyflurane, halothane? If agent dissolves in blood, does it contribute to partial pressure? What are some factors influencing the rate of anesthesia? And how? Is nitrous oxide volatile liquid? What is MAC? What is the amount we usually give? How could respiratory status and cardiovascular status changes with increased MAC? What inhalation anesthesia has the minimal effect on cardio output? Does different drugs have different MAC? What inhalation anesthesia has no effect on both blood pressure and respiration?
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  • Fall '16
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