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Barbiturates and benzodiazepines, commonly known as “downers” or sedatives, are two related classes of prescription medications that are used to depress the central nervous system. They are sometimes used with anesthesia to calm a patient down just prior to surgery or during their recovery.What is common anesthesia?
The most common types of regional anesthesia are spinals and epidurals. Spinal anesthesia is injected into the spinal fluid with a special needle that penetrates the spinal column through the back. There may be some discomfort involved with the injection, but it passes as the anesthetic takes effect.What is the drug name for anesthesia?
propofol (prō´pōfol), n brand name: Diprivan; drug class: general anesthetic; action: produces dose-dependent central nervous system depression; mechanism of action is unknown; use: induction or maintenance of anesthesia as part of a balanced anesthetic technique.