TIVA. Total Intravenous Anesthesia General AnesthesiaAnesthesia via IV drugs (usually Propofol, Narcotics, Versed) drips and/or boluses No Volatile Agents N2O sometimes used (not really a TIVA!). Receptors. Propofol, barbiturates, etomidate, benzo'sEnhance the inhibitory effects of GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid)GABA activation increases Chloride conductance ? hyperpolarizes membrane ? inhibition of synapseKetamineBlocks excitatory effects of glutamic acidFour types of receptorsKetamine9439
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