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Propofol

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Introduction

Name

  • Propofol.

Class of drug

  • Ultra short-acting phenolic intravenous anesthetic.

Description

Storage requirements

  • Once a vial or bottle is opened it must be used or discarded within 4-12 hours due to danger of bacterial growth in the emulsion.

Uses

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Indications

Administration

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Pharmacokinetics

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Adverse Reactions

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed papers

  • Recent references from PubMed and VetMedResource.
  • Musk G C, Pang D S J, Beths T & Flaherty D A (2005) Target-controlled infusion of propofol in dogs - evaluation of four targets for induction of anaesthesia. Vet Rec 157, 766-770.
  • Murrell J C, Wesselink van Notten R & Hellebrekers L J (2005) Clinical investigation of remifentanil and propofol for the total intravenous anaesthesia of dogsVet Rec 156, 804-808.
  • Steffen F & Grasmueck S (2000) Propofol for treatment of refractory seizures in dogs. JSAP 41 (11), 496-499.
  • Heldmann E et al(1999) Use of propofol to manage seizure activity after surgical treatment of portosystemic shunts. JSAP 40(12), 590-4.
  • Davies C (1991) Excitatory phenoma following the use of propofol in dogs. J Vet Anaesth 18, 48-51.

Other sources of information

  • BSAVA Small Animal Formulary. Ramsey I (2017) 9th edn. 
  • Based on Small Animal Formulary. Tennant B (1999) 3rd edn. BSAVA, UK.
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