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Preparation for Administration of Anesthesia
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acetylcholine acid acid-base acidosis actual HCO3 administered airway alveolar concentration anesthesiologist arterial blood atropine blade block blood pressure blood pressure cuff breathing cardiac arrest cardiac massage cardiac output cardiopulmonary resuscitation catheter cause chronic compression D-tubocurare decrease depression dose drug effect electrical endotracheal tube enflurane epinephrine falls in blood fibers Figure flow fluid given halothane heart hemoglobin hepatitis hypotension Hypoventilation increased induction infarction injection inspired concentration intravenous intravenous infusion intubation lamina V cells lungs mechanical ventilation mEq/liter metabolic mg/kg minutes monitor morphine muscle relaxants myocardial narcotic needle nerve neuromuscular nitrous oxide nondepolarizing norepinephrine normal nurse anesthetists occur operating room oxygen pain patient pCO2 plasma platelet postoperative preoperative problems pulmonary pulse reaction rebreathing respiration respiratory sodium soluble agent solution spinal anesthesia substantia gelatinosa succinylcholine surgery Table technique thiopental tissues tourniquet toxic transfusion treatment usually vasopressors vein venous volume whole blood