Non Barbiturates Hypnotic Agents. Vicente Gonzalez CRNA, MS Assistant Professor Florida International University. OBJECTIVES. Explain the mechanism of action of nonbarbiturate IV anesthetics. Discuss the pharmacokinetic properties of propofol, ketamine, and etomidate.
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Vicente Gonzalez CRNA, MS
Florida International University
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