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Nalbin (Nalbuphine 10 & 20 mg Inj)

Narcotic analgesic in the management of almost all pre – post painful conditions. Also used induct balanced anesthesia. It rated as best salt due to negligible habit forming protocol. It also does not alter homodynamic profile during M.I painful management.
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Mizam Inj (Medazolam)

Representing Benzodiazepine Group, it has major effect on brain as sedative. use as IV care in ICU’s and also used in the induction of balance anesthesia. Oral from helps in counteracting sleep disturbances e.g. insomnias (premature awakening).
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Rama-D (Tramadol HCl)

An opiate analogue used in eliminating Acute exacerbation of chronic painful conditions. Also used to relieve pain as diagnostic and surgical pains. Concomitent administration with hypnotics and CNS drugs is to cared of. ely.
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Thional (Thiopentone Sodium)

Vast usage in the induction of General anesthesia’s of shorter duration. It is a barbiturate group used as clinical anesthesia. It is most frequently used drug .Use of these hydrophobic drug is common in major clinical practice.
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Ketrol (Ketamin HCl)

Another Novel drug used in general anesthesia for operation of short duration of anesthesia prior to the administration of IV anesthesia to potentiate the action of inhalation anesthetics of low potency. e.g. N2O. CNS and CVS disorders sufferers are contraindicated.
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Stig (Neostigmin 2.5mg , 0.5mg)

Drug is rated under anticholinesterase category used to manage some post ops complications, such as paralytic ileuses, post operative distension & post of urinary retention. Patient with respiratory disorders, CNS disorders and Cardiac disorders should avoided while using this drug.
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Suxal - Succinyl Choline (Suxamethonium)

Used during short surgical interventions e.g. abdominal, musculoskeletal surgeries. Diagnostic intubations. e.g. Cystoscopy, bronchoscopy, and endoscopy. Patient with history of server hepatic functions and pulmonary edema must be ruled out.
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