Drug that makes people sleep immediately,uncontrol,use by putting liquid on handkerchief?
Question posted by hoquangminh87 on 11 Feb 2010
Last updated on 2 April 2018 by dddady0529
Are you talking about Ether?
thks for ur answer,lol.i know nothing about medical.i see in movie,some bad guides like terrorist usually use it for kidnaps,but i don't know exactly what it is.so i just want to know name of drug! it's ether? i heard that,2 kind of sleepingdrug:one is gas,one is inject to body,i don't know it have a liquid??can u explain for me?
On 30th March 1842, Dr Crawford Williamson Long excised one of two tumours from the neck of a Mr James Venable under sulphuric ether anaesthesia. He had rendered his patient insensible via an ether-soaked towel. Some medical students and several other onlookers watched the operation. At first, Dr Long's patient could scarcely believe what had happened. Only when he was presented with the half-inch-diameter cyst did Mr Venable realise that a tumour had been removed. His bill for two dollars itemised the cost of the ether as well as the tumour excision. On 6th June, Dr Long excised Mr Venable's second tumour. Other pain-free operations on different patients under ether anaesthesia followed. The procedures included the removal by Dr Long of a toe, a finger and another cyst..
Hope this helped
thks,so,finally,what's that drug name?
Ether is inhaled in a rag or in a cup.
Now for injectable there are many.Michael Jackson would know of one. Opps he is forever asleep. God rest his soal.
Both are very unpredictable and is used as a last resort.
I found a new kind,it's isoflurane! do u know anything about it? people said that a liquid,use by breathing. how can i use it?
"Action And Clinical Pharmacology: Isoflurane is an inhalation anesthetic whose low solubility (blood/gas partition coefficient equals 1.4), permits a rapid induction of and recovery from anesthesia. The mild pungency of isoflurane may limit the rate of induction, although excessive salivation or tracheobronchial secretions do not appear to be stimulated. The level of anesthesia may be changed rapidly with isoflurane. Pharyngeal and laryngeal reflexes are readily and easily obtunded. Isoflurane is a profound respiratory depressant. An increase in anesthetic dose will decrease tidal volume without changing respiratory rate. This depression is partially reversed by surgical stimulation, even at deeper levels of anesthesia. Isoflurane evokes a sigh response reminiscent of that seen with diethyl ether and enflurane.
Blood pressure decreases with induction of anesthesia but returns toward normal with surgical stimulation. Progressive increases in depth of anesthesia correspondingly decrease blood pressure. Nitrous oxide diminishes the inspired concentration of isoflurane required to reach a desired level of anesthesia and has a favorable effect on the parameters of the anesthetic process. With controlled ventilation and normal PaCO2, cardiac output is maintained despite increasing depth of anesthesia primarily through an increase in heart rate which compensates for a reduction in stroke volume. The hypercapnia which attends spontaneous ventilation during isoflurane anesthesia further increases heart rate and raises cardiac output above awake levels. "
Hi guys can you tell me the name of sleeping liquid tasteless medicine?
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