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Modern anesthetics / Jürgen Schüttler, Helmut Schwilden, editors ; contributors J. Ahonen ... [et al.].

By: Schüttler, Jürgen
Contributor(s): Schwilden, Helmut
Material type: TextTextSeries: Handbook of experimental pharmacology: v. 182.Publisher: Berlin : Springer, c2008Edition: 1st edDescription: xv, 498 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9783540728139 (alk. paper); 3540728139 (alk. paper); 9783540748069 (eISBN); 3540748067 (eISBN)Subject(s): Anesthetics | Anesthetics -- pharmacologyDDC classification: 615.781 LOC classification: RD78.3 | .M63 2008Online resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
Part I Molecular Mechanisms of Anesthetic Action Section Editor: B.W. Urban The Site of Anesthetic Action .................... ........... . . 3 B.W. Urban Inhibitory Ligand-Gated Ion Channels as Substrates for General Anesthetic Actions.................................. 31 A. Zeller, R. Jurd, S. Lambert, M. Arras, B. Drexler, C. Grashoff, B. Antkowiak, and U. Rudolph Actions of Anesthetics on Excitatory Transmitter-Gated Channels ..................................... 53 G. Akk, S. Mennerick, and J.H. Steinbach Voltage-Gated Ion Channels ................ ................... 85 C. Nau G-Protein-Coupled Receptors. .................................. 93 R.D. Sanders, D. Brian, and M. Maze Part II Modern Inhalation Anesthetics Section Editor: J.G. Bovill Inhalation Anaesthesia: From Diethyl Ether to Xenon ................ 121 J.G. Bovill General Anesthetics and Long-Term Neurotoxicity ................... 143 Special Aspects of Pharmacokinetics of Inhalation Anesthesia ......................................... 159 J.E.A. Hendrickx and A. De Wolf Inhalational Anaesthetics and Cardioprotection ..................... 187 N.C. Weber and W. Schlack Non-Immobilizing Inhalational Anesthetic-Like Compounds............ ............. .......... 209 M. Perouansky Part III Modern Intravenous Anesthetics Section Editor: E Camu Propofol................................. 227 C. Vanlersberghe and E Camu Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of GPI 15715 or Fospropofol (Aquavan Injection) - A Water-Soluble Propofol Prodrug ........................................... 253 J. Fechner, H. Schwilden, and J. Schiittler Etomidate and Other Non-Barbiturates ............................ 267 C. Vanlersberghe and F Camu Remifentanil and Other Opioids ............... .................. 283 ES. Servin and V. Billard Ketamine ...................................................... 313 B. Sinner and B.M. Graf Midazolam and Other Benzodiazepines ............................ 335 K.T. Olkkola and J. Ahonen Part IV Pharmacokinetics-Pharmacodynamics Based Administration of Anesthetics Section Editor: D.R. Stanski The Effect of Altered Physiological States on Intravenous Anesthetics. .................. ................ 363 T.K. Henthorn Anesthetics Drug Pharmacodynamics .............................. 379 P. Bischoff, G. Schneider, and E. Kochs Defining Depth of Anesthesia ................ .................. 409 S.L. Shafer and D.R. Stanski Target Controlled Anaesthetic Drug Dosing ........................ 425 H. Schwilden and J. SchUittler Advanced Technologies and Devices for Inhalational Anesthetic Drug Dosing ......................................... 451 J.-U. Meyer, G. Kullik, N. Wruck, K. Kitck, and J. Manigel Hypnotic and Opioid Anesthetic Drug Interactions on the CNS, Focus on Response Surface Modeling. ................... 471
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I Molecular Mechanisms of Anesthetic Action
Section Editor: B.W. Urban
The Site of Anesthetic Action .................... ........... . . 3
B.W. Urban
Inhibitory Ligand-Gated Ion Channels as Substrates
for General Anesthetic Actions.................................. 31
A. Zeller, R. Jurd, S. Lambert, M. Arras, B. Drexler, C. Grashoff,
B. Antkowiak, and U. Rudolph
Actions of Anesthetics on Excitatory
Transmitter-Gated Channels ..................................... 53
G. Akk, S. Mennerick, and J.H. Steinbach
Voltage-Gated Ion Channels ................ ................... 85
C. Nau
G-Protein-Coupled Receptors. .................................. 93
R.D. Sanders, D. Brian, and M. Maze
Part II Modern Inhalation Anesthetics
Section Editor: J.G. Bovill
Inhalation Anaesthesia: From Diethyl Ether to Xenon ................ 121
J.G. Bovill
General Anesthetics and Long-Term Neurotoxicity ................... 143
Special Aspects of Pharmacokinetics
of Inhalation Anesthesia ......................................... 159
J.E.A. Hendrickx and A. De Wolf
Inhalational Anaesthetics and Cardioprotection ..................... 187
N.C. Weber and W. Schlack
Non-Immobilizing Inhalational Anesthetic-Like
Compounds............ ............. .......... 209
M. Perouansky
Part III Modern Intravenous Anesthetics
Section Editor: E Camu
Propofol................................. 227
C. Vanlersberghe and E Camu
Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of GPI 15715
or Fospropofol (Aquavan Injection) - A Water-Soluble
Propofol Prodrug ........................................... 253
J. Fechner, H. Schwilden, and J. Schiittler
Etomidate and Other Non-Barbiturates ............................ 267
C. Vanlersberghe and F Camu
Remifentanil and Other Opioids ............... .................. 283
ES. Servin and V. Billard
Ketamine ...................................................... 313
B. Sinner and B.M. Graf
Midazolam and Other Benzodiazepines ............................ 335
K.T. Olkkola and J. Ahonen
Part IV Pharmacokinetics-Pharmacodynamics Based
Administration of Anesthetics
Section Editor: D.R. Stanski
The Effect of Altered Physiological States
on Intravenous Anesthetics. .................. ................ 363
T.K. Henthorn
Anesthetics Drug Pharmacodynamics .............................. 379
P. Bischoff, G. Schneider, and E. Kochs
Defining Depth of Anesthesia ................ .................. 409
S.L. Shafer and D.R. Stanski
Target Controlled Anaesthetic Drug Dosing ........................ 425
H. Schwilden and J. SchUittler
Advanced Technologies and Devices for Inhalational
Anesthetic Drug Dosing ......................................... 451
J.-U. Meyer, G. Kullik, N. Wruck, K. Kitck, and J. Manigel
Hypnotic and Opioid Anesthetic Drug Interactions
on the CNS, Focus on Response Surface Modeling. ................... 471

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