Pharmacology in Anesthesia Practice

Paperback | March 21, 2013

EditorAnita Gupta, Nina Singh-radcliff

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In anesthesia practice and treatment, pharmacology and therapeutics are intimately related, synergistic, and mutually reinforcing. Rapid advances in pharmacotherapy often offer myriad treatment options for clinicians to sort through when developing patient management strategies. In turn, theprinciples of clinical therapeutics are rooted in fundamental pharmacology. Clinicians must understand pharmacologic principles in order to formulate and implement therapeutic algorithms that maximize patient benefit. Pharmacology in Anesthesia Practice provides clinicians with a rapid and easy review of the most commonly utilized pharmacologic agents during perioperative care. Clinical application is emphasized throughout. It aims to offer clinicians point-of-care guidance from internationally recognizedauthors and centers of excellence.

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In anesthesia practice and treatment, pharmacology and therapeutics are intimately related, synergistic, and mutually reinforcing. Rapid advances in pharmacotherapy often offer myriad treatment options for clinicians to sort through when developing patient management strategies. In turn, theprinciples of clinical therapeutics are root...

Anita Gupta, DO, PharmD, is Chief of the Division of Pain Medicine and Regional Anesthesiology at Hahnemann University Hospital and Drexel College of Medicine. Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD, is Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.68 inPublished:March 21, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Contributors1. Inhalational AgentsPhilip Gallegos, MD, Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 1.1 Volatile AnestheticsPhilip Gallegos, MD and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 1.2 Nitrous Oxide2. Induction AgentsEllen Wang, MD and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 2.1 Induction AgentsKatherine C. Normand, MD: 2.2 Barbiturates3. Pain MedicationsThomas H. Scott and Jane C. Ballantyne: 3.1 OpioidsChitra Ramasubbu, MD, Anita Gupta DO, PharmD: 3.2 Skeletal Muscle RelaxantsMatthew Lesneski MD and Peter Yi MD: 3.3 Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory DrugsChitra Ramasubbu, MD and Anita Gupta DO, PharmD: 3.4 AcetaminophenEllen Wang, MD: 3.5 Benzodiazepines4. Muscle RelaxantsJared Feinman, MD and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 4.1 Nondepolarizing Neuromuscular BlockersJared Feinman, MD and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 4.2 Succinylcholine5. Anticholinergics and AnticholinesterasesDevin Tang, MD and Anita Gupta, DO PharmD: 5.1 AnticholinesterasesAnita Gupta DO, PharmD, Amna Mehdi, BS: 5.2 Anticholinergics6. Priscilla Nelson, MD, Jonas A. Nelson, MD, and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: Vasopressors and Inotropes7. Anti-HypertensivesAnita Gupta DO, PharmD, and Amna Mehdi, BS: 7.1 Beta BlockersOnyi Onuoha, MD and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 7.2 Antihypertensives8. Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: Local Anesthetics9. Alissa Wilmot, MD and Sander Schlichter, MD: Antiemetics10. Shanique Brown, MD, and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: Gastric Medications11. Anti-InflammatoryLisa Witkin, MD, Anita Gupta, DO, PharmD: 11.1 SteroidsMona Patel, MD, and Anita Gupta, DO, PharmD: 11.2 Antihistamines12. Gaurav Bhatia, MD, and Anita Gupta, DO, PharmD: Antagonists - Narcotic Reversal13. Hematologic AgentsElizabeth Duggan, MD: 13.1 DipyridamoleMichael J. Duggan, MD, Elizabeth W. Duggan, and Jiri Horak, MD: 13.2 Adenosine Diphosphate InhibitorsElizabeth Duggan, MD, Michael Duggan, MD, and Maurizio Cereda, MD: 13.3 Low Molecular Weight Heparin (LMWH)Michael J. Duggan, MD, Elizabeth W. Duggan, and Jiri Horak, MD: 13.4 Miscellaneous AnticoagulantsElizabeth Duggan, MD and Michael Duggan, MD: 13.5 Streptokinase and Tissue Plasminogen Activator (tPA)Crystal C. Wright, MD: 13.6 Heparin and ArgatrobanPeter Killoran, MD, and Katherine Normand, MD: 13.7 Procoagulants14. ObstetricsCristianna Vallera, MD: 14.1 Prostaglandins (carboprost, misoprostol, alprostadil)Emily Baird, MD: 14.2 Ergots (Methylergonovine Maleate)Emily Baird, MD: 14.3 Oxytocin (Pitocin)Robert Gaiser, MD: 14.4 MagnesiumRobert Gaiser, MD: 14.5 Beta 2 Adrenergic Agonist (Terbutaline)15. Emily E. Peoples, M.D.: Antiepileptic Drugs16. Anita Gupta DO, PharmD, and Amna Mehdi, BS: Bronchodilators17. IV FluidsKatherine Chuy, MD, and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 17.1 CrystalloidsKatherine Chuy, MD, and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 17.2 ColloidsNina Singh Radcliff, MD: 17.3 Transfusion Products18. ElectrolytesYianni Augoustides and Tygh Wyckoff: 18.1 Sodium/Potassium/Calcium/PhosphateNina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 18.2 Sodium bicarbonate19. Diuretics20. Anti-arrhythmicsGaurav Malhotra, MD: 20.1 Anti-arrhythmicsElizabeth Valentine, MD and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 20.2 Insulin21. MoodGregory Moy, MD and Nabil Elkassabany, MD: 21.1 Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs)Gregory Moy, MD and Nabil Elkassabany, MD: 21.2 Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs)Gregory Moy, MD and Nabil Elkassabany, MD: 21.3 Tricyclic Antidepressants (TCAs)Gregory Moy, MD and Nabil Elkassabany, MD: 21.4 AntipsychoticsGregory Moy, MD and Nabil Elkassabany, MD: 21.5 Lithium22. AntibioticsNina Singh-Radcliff MD and Kris E. Radcliff, MD: 22.1 AntibioticsMeghan Lane-Fall, MD and Todd Miano, PharmD, BCPS: 22.2 Antiviral Drugs23. Jason Choi, MD, and John G. Augoustides, MD: Statins: HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors24. Ellen Wang, MD: Vitamins/Herbals25. Illicit SubstancesNabil Elkassabany, MD: 25.1 CocaineWilliam Gao and Nabil Elkassabany: 25.2 Drugs of Abuse26. Other Key DrugsJesse Raiten, MD: 26.1 1-deamino-8-D-arginine vasopressin (DDAVP)Shannon Bianchi, MD and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 26.2 CarbidopaShannon Bianchi, MD: 26.3 DoxapramShannon Bianchi, MD: 26.4 CaffeineJesse Raiten, MD: 26.5 Nitric oxideShannon Bianchi, MD: 26.6 DexmedetomidineShannon Bianchi, MD: 26.7 AcetylcysteineMatt N. Decker and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 26.8 Adriamycin (Doxorubicin)Matt N. Decker and Nina Singh-Radcliff, MD: 26.9 SugammedexMona Patel, MD, Anita Gupta, DO, PharmD: 26.10 Thyroid Medications