Inhalant, Intravenous and Dissociative Anaesthetics.

(Part 2, Drugs acting on CNS, VPT)

An Anaesthetic is a drug or agent that produces a complete or partial loss of feeling or sensation that depresses the activity of nervous tissue either locally or generally. And This Process is called Anaesthesia.

Inhalant, Intravenous and Dissociative Anaesthetics

Inhalant, Intravenous and Dissociative Anaesthetics


The Purpose of Anaesthesia is to provide a safe, convenient, and inexpensive means of restraint to enable clinical procedures to be performed with the minimum of pain, discomfort and toxicity to the patient and anaesthetist.

Note: The following pdf is the VPT note of Drugs acting on CNSPart 2 of BVSc & AH. *VPT- Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology.

Topics of the PDF file of 'Inhalant, Intravenous and Dissociative Anaesthetics' :

Inhalant Anaesthetics - Volatile and Gaseous / Intravenous Anaesthetics / Non Barbiturates IV Anaesthetics / Dissociative Anaesthetics.

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Previous VPT notes are PharmacokineticsPharmacodynamicsFactors modifying Drug effect and dosageDrugs acting on ANSAutacoids, Anaesthesia etc. Hope the note will benefited you. Share with your Vet Friends and Family. For any query knock us. Stay tuned. Thank You. Happy Learning!

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