2023, Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part A
Empirical aspect of usage of total intravenous anesthesia
Author(s): Dr. Sachin Narayan Rathore and Dr. Sony Baby
Abstract: Target-controlled infusion (TCI) of propofol and remifentanil is "ideal" total intravenous anaesthesia because it effectively blunts the body's reaction to pain (TIVA). Since all propofol TCI models have been shown to be reliable in clinical practise, there is currently no proof to recommend using one over the other. For both the induction and maintenance stages of TIVA, it is crucial to titrate the effect-site dosage to patient response. Since TIVA produces a profound level of anaesthesia, a treated EEG device is typically recommended to avoid overhypnosis. TIVA raises consciousness when a drug is not given due to a technological glitch, so being on the lookout for this kind of mistake is crucial.
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Dr. Sachin Narayan Rathore, Dr. Sony Baby. Empirical aspect of usage of total intravenous anesthesia. Int J Med Anesthesiology 2023;6(1):51-56. DOI: 10.33545/26643766.2023.v6.i1a.374