Anesthetic Induction Agents



Chemical Structure 6.1
Propofol



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Chemical Structure 6.2
Ketamine


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Chemical Structure 6.3
Etomidate





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Trapani G, Latrofa A, Franco M, Altomare C, Sanna E, Usala M, Biggio G, Liso G. Propofol analogues. Synthesis, relationships between structure and affinity at GABAA receptor in rat brain, and differential electrophysiological profile at recombinant human GABAA receptors. J Med Chem. 1998;41(11):1846–54.PubMedCrossRef


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Garnock-Jones KP, Scott LJ. Fospropofol. Drugs. 2010;70(4):469–77.PubMedCrossRef

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