Propofol (Diprovan)

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  1. What class is Propofol (Diprovan)?
    diisopropylphenol
  2. How is Propofol (Diprovan) supplied?
    10 mg/mL      (a 1% solution = 1gm/1dl)


    1gm/1dl = 1000mg/100ml = 10mg/ml
  3. What is the onset time for Propofol (Diprovan)?
    30 -- 60 seconds
  4. What is the duration of Propofol (Diprovan)
    5 minutes
  5. What is the induction dose range for Propofol (Diprovan)
    1-2.5 mg/ kg
  6. What is the infusion dose range for Propofol (Diprovan)
  7. 25-200 mcg/kg-min
  8. Once rubber stopper has been penetrated, how long is Propofol (Diprovan) stable
    6 hours
  9. What allergies is a concern when using Propofol (Diprovan)
    • soy 
    • egg
  10. what effect is a concern when using Propofol (Diprovan)
    vasodilation  (resulting hypotension)
  11. What should you tell the patient before injecting Propofol (Diprovan)
    IT BURNS
  12. What populations are a concern when using Propofol (Diprovan)
    elderly --- exagerated vasodilation response
  13. What is Propofol (Diprovan) used for in anesthesia
    induction/hypnosis --- induce sleep

    Sedation - keep a sleep

    MAC (i.e. for colonoscopy)

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2012-09-07 14:39:49
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