Ketamine

Ketamine


KETAMINE 

  • Ketamine is the anesthetic agent of choice in a case of status asthmaticus
  • A child is taken to operation theatre for correction of right-to-left shunt in Tetralogy of Fallot will be administered ketamine anesthesia
  • Ketamine increases arterial blood pressure
  • ketamine inhibits polysynaptic reflexes in the spinal cord
  • Ketamine functionally “dissociates” the thalamus
  • Highest analgesic effect is a feature of Ketamine
  • Emergence Delirium is characteristic of Ketamine
  • Hallucinations are seen after Ketamine
  • Ketamine should be avoided in presence of increased arterial pressure
  • Inducing agent of choice in shock is Ketamine
  • Dose of Ketamine is 2 mg/kg I/v
  • Increased Cardiac Oxygen demand is caused by Ketamine 
  • ICT is raised due to Ketamine 
  • Cerebral metabolism and 02 consumption are increased by Ketamine 
  • Ketamine is a direct myocardial depressant
  • With use of ketamine Emergence phenomenon are more likely if anticholinergic premedication is used
  • Ketamine may induce cardiac dysarythmias in patients receiving tricyclic antidepressants
  • Ketamine has Vasodialator and negative ionotropic effect
  • ketamine shows Psychomimetic emergence
  • Ketamine can be used in Status asthamaticus, For analgesia & sedation, Obstetric hemorrhage
  • Ketamine is contraindicated in Ischemic heart disease
  • The induction agent of the choice in surgery of cyanotic heart disease is ketamine
  • General anaesthetic agent causing sympathetic stimulation is ketamine
  • Ketamine is contraindicated in head injury, Hypertension, glaucoma
  • Ketamine acts an NMDA receptors
  • Intraocular pressure is increased by ketamine
Exam Question
 
  • Ketamine is the anesthetic agent of choice in a case of status asthmaticus
  • A child is taken to operation theatre for correction of right-to-left shunt in Tetralogy of Fallot will be administered ketamine anesthesia
  • Ketamine increases arterial blood pressure
  • ketamine inhibits polysynaptic reflexes in the spinal cord
  • Ketamine functionally “dissociates” the thalamus
  • Highest analgesic effect is a feature of Ketamine
  • Emergence Delirium is characteristic of Ketamine
  • Hallucinations are seen after Ketamine
  • Ketamine should be avoided in presence of increased arterial pressure
  • Inducing agent of choice in shock  is Ketamine
  • Dose of Ketamine is 2 mg/kg I/v
  • Increased Cardiac Oxygen demand is caused by Ketamine 
  • ICT is raised due to Ketamine 
  • Cerebral metabolism and 02 consumption are increased by Ketamine 
  • Ketamine  is a direct myocardial depressant
  • With use of ketamine Emergence phenomenon are more likely if anticholinergic premedication is used
  • Ketamine may induce cardiac dysarythmias in patients receiving tricyclic antidepressants
  • Ketamine has Vasodialator and negative ionotropic effect
  • ketamine shows Psychomimetic emergence
  • Ketamine can be used in Status asthamaticus, For analgesia & sedation, Obstetric hemorrhage
  • Ketamine is contraindicated in  Ischemic heart disease
  • The induction agent of the choice in surgery of  cyanotic heart disease is ketamine
  • General anaesthetic agent causing sympathetic stimulation is ketamine
  • Ketamine  is contraindicated in head injury, Hypertension, glaucoma
  • Ketamine acts an NMDA receptors
  • Intraocular pressure is increased by ketamine
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