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Interactions of Volatile Anesthetics with Epinephrine, ß-Receptor Antagonists and Calcium Channel Blockers

  • C. Prys-Roberts
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Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 185)

Abstract

Volatile anaesthetics exert powerful effects on the cardiovascular system in every species studied. Each anaesthetic exerts a different spectrum of dose-dependent effects on the constituent organs and tissues of the heart and vascular system. These effects are complex, but can be classified as:
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    Direct depressant effects on cardiac muscle and vascular smooth muscle;

     
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    Direct depression of cardiac pacemaker or conduction tissue;

     
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    Inhibition of baroreflex control mechanisms;

     
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    Suppression or activation of sympathetic nervous activity.

     

Keywords

Volatile Anaesthetic Halothane Anaesthesia Haemodynamic Response Cardiac Sympathetic Nerve Calcium Gluconate 
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