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5 Matching questions

  1. terbutaline
  2. nitrous oxide
  3. propofol
  4. phenylephrine
  5. dexmeditomidine
  1. a Brethine an adrenergic agonist AKA sympathomimetic bronchodilator
  2. b Neosynephrine an adrenergic agonist AKA sympathomimetic topical nasal vasoconstrictor to decrease nasal secretions (nosebleeds)
  3. c BLUE tank gas rarely used alone decreases other inhalant anesthetics MAC and speeds induction
  4. d Propoflo and Rapinovet very short acting anesthetic/hypnotic rapid and smooth anesthesia emulsion of soybean oil, glycerol, egg, and lechtin no preservatives use w/in 6 hours only milky IV drug allowed "milk of amnesia" good for sight hounds and patients w/ arrhythmias unlike thiopental not controlled yet can cause apnea if given too fast new propofol 28 clear not milky good for 28 days
  5. e Dexdomitor an adrenergic alpha 2 agonist AKA sympathomimetic sedative can cause low HR, BP, and AV block for sedation, analgesia, emesis, chemical restraint, and short term anesthesia when combod good for outpatient appointments can reverse quickly so animal can go home

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. adrenergic catecholamine neurotransmitter increases HR and CO constricts blood vessels in skin and MM dilates bronchioles
  2. an anticholinergic AKA parasympatholytic preanesthetic like atropine but lasts longer and only marginally crosses placenta so good for C-sections
  3. Buprenex partial agonist better analgesia than butorphanol but not as good as oxy/hydro morphone
  4. adrenergic catecholamine neurotransmitter for shock heart and heart failure increases renal perfusion
  5. Ativan a benzodiazepine tranquilizer light sensitive controlled drug can absorb into IV bag cats can experience rare liver DX

5 True/False questions

  1. pentazocineMinipress an alpha blocker AKA adrenergic antagonist AKA sympatholytic for high BP and decreases urethral sphincter tone faster than phenoxybenzamine

          

  2. dobutamineadrenergic catecholamine neurotransmitter for shock heart and heart failure increases renal perfusion

          

  3. fentanylDuragesic opioid agonist transdermal patch or injectable controlled for analgesia

          

  4. atenolola beta blocker AKA adrenergic antagonist AKA sympatholytic lower HR and BP

          

  5. hydrocodoneDilaudid like oxymorphone but less expensive and less potential to excite cats for pre-med and analgesia, can cause hyperthermia in cats

          

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