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Anaesthetic And Pain Test Kit

Drugs used in anaesthesia (local, general, epidural) and also sometimes for pain including Codeine, Diamorphine, Diazepam, Ketamine and Procaine.

48 vials.

Anaesthetic And Pain Test Kit

Ref: 8096



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  • Detailed Description

    Drugs used in anaesthesia (local, general, epidural) and also sometimes for pain including Codeine, Diamorphine, Diazepam, Ketamine and Procaine. 48 vials for use in kinesiology, applied kinesiology, NAET, Vega, Noma. etc.


    AN 1 Alfentanil
    Used for anaesthesia in surgery
    Other Names: Alfentanil
    General Anaesthetic

    AN 2 Amethocaine
    Mainly used topically in ophthalmology and as an antipruritic, also used in spinal anaesthesia.
    Other Names:Tetracaine, Pontocaine, Dicaine
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 3 Bupivacaine
    Often is administered by epidural injection before total hip arthroplasty. Injected into surgical wound sites to reduce pain for up to 20 hours after the surgery.
    Other Names: Marcain, Marcaine, Sensorcaine, Vivacaine
    Local and Epidural Anaesthetic

    AN 4 Buprenorphine
    For pain relief.
    Other Names: Subutex, Suboxone, Temgesic, Buprenex, Norspan and Butrans
    Pain Relief

    AN 5 Butorphanol
    For balanced general anaesthesia, and management of pain during labour. Management of migraine using intranasal spray.
    General Anaesthetic and other uses.

    AN 6 Chloroprocaine
    Given by injection during surgical procedures and labour and delivery.
    Other Names: Nesacaine, Nesacaine-MPF
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 7 Citanest with Octapressin
    Used in dentistry.
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 8 Clonidine
    Treatment of some types of neuropathic pain, opioid detoxification, insomnia, menopausal symptoms, anxiety, panic disorder and ADHD. Also used as a veterinary anaesthetic drug.
    Pain Relief

    AN 9 Cocaine
    Mainly used for nasal and lacrimal duct surgery.
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 10 Codeine / 3-Methylmorphine
    Used to treat mild to moderate pain and to relieve coughing.
    Pain Relief

    AN 11 Desflurane
    Determined to be damaging to the kidneys and liver in 1973, so usage stopped except for in Australia where still used as an emergency analgesic, and for brief painful procedures such as changing of wound dressings or for transport of injured people.
    General Inhaled Anaesthetic

    AN 12 Dexmedetomidine
    Used for sedation of critically ill or injured patients in an intensive care unit setting. Also sedation before surgery for short-term procedures.
    Other Names: Precedex

    AN 13 Diamorphine / Heroin / Diacetylmorphine
    Typically used to treat severe pain, such as that resulting from a heart attack.
    Pain Relief

    AN 14 Diazepam
    Used before certain medical procedures (such as endoscopies) to reduce tension and anxiety, and in some surgical procedures to induce amnesia. Used for treating anxiety, insomnia, seizures, muscle spasms, alcohol and benzodiazepine withdrawal, etc.
    Other Names: Valium, Antenex
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 15 Dibucaine
    Used in a cream to treat signs of hemorrhoids or rectal irritation and to ease the pain caused by sunburn and skin irritation.
    Other Names: Cinchocaine, Cincain, Nupercainal, Nupercaine, Sovcaine
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 16 Enflurane
    Commonly used during the 1970s and 1980s.
    General Inhaled Anaesthetic

    AN 17 Etomidate
    A short acting anaesthetic used for the induction of general anaesthesia and for sedation for short procedures.
    Other Names: Amidate
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 18 Fentanyl
    Has been used to treat breakthrough pain and is commonly used in pre-procedures as a pain reliever as well as an anaesthetic in combination with a benzodiazepine.
    Other Names: Sublimaze, Actiq, Durogesic, Duragesic, Fentora, Onsolis, Instanyl, Abstral, Lazanda
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 19 Halothane
    A core medicine in the World Health Organization's "Essential Drugs List, although its use in developed countries has been almost entirely superseded by newer anaesthetics. General Inhaled Anaesthetic

    AN 20 Hydromorphone /Dihydromorphinone
    Used to relieve moderate to severe pain and severe, painful dry coughing
    Other Names: Hydal, Dimorphone, Sophidone LP, Dilaudid, Hydrostat, Hydromorfan, Hydromorphan, Hymorphan, Laudicon, Hymorphan, Opidol, Palladone
    Injections, tablets, syrup, suppositories

    AN 21 Isoflurane
    Use in human medicine is now starting to decline, but still frequently used for veterinary anaesthesia.
    General Inhaled Anaesthetic

    AN 22 Ketamine
    Used for the induction and maintenance of general anaesthesia, usually in combination with a sedative.
    Other Names: Ketanest, Ketaset, Ketalar General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 23 Levobupivacaine
    Used for nerve blocks, ophthalmic, epidural and intrathecal anaesthesia in adults; and local analgesia in children.
    Other Names: Chirocaine
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 24 Levorphanol
    Used to treat severe pain
    Other Names: Levo-Dromoran

    AN 25 Lidocaine
    Used as a dental anaesthetic or as a local anaesthetic for minor surgery. Often combined with Prilocaine as a preparation for dermal anaesthesia.
    Other Names: Xylocaine, Lignocaine
    Local and Epidural Anaesthetic

    AN 26 Lignospan with Adrenalin
    Used in dentistry.
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 27 Lorazepam
    Used as premedication and for the short-term treatment of anxiety, insomnia, acute seizures including status epilepticus and sedation of hospitalised patients, as well as sedation of aggressive patients.
    Other Names: Ativan, Temesta
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 28 Mepivacaine
    Used in dentistry.
    Other Names: Carbocaine, Polocaine
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 29 Methohexital
    Has been commonly used to induce deep sedation, "twilight sleep" or general anaesthesia for oral surgery and dentistry. It is also used to induce anaesthesia prior to ECT (electroconvulsive therapy).
    Other Names: Brevital
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 30 Methoxyflurane
    Used from 1960 until around 1974.
    Other Names: Penthrane
    General Inhaled Anaesthetic

    AN 31 Midazolam
    Used as a premedication. And also for treatment of acute seizures, moderate to severe insomnia, and for inducing sedation and amnesia before medical procedures.
    Other Names: Dormicum, Hypnovel,Versed
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 32 Morphine
    Used to relieve severe or agonizing pain and suffering.
    Other Names: MS Contin, MSIR, Avinza, Kadian, Oramorph, Roxanol, Kapanol
    Can be used as epidural

    AN 33 Nalbuphine
    For the relief of moderate to severe pain. It can also be used as a supplement to balanced anaesthesia, for preoperative and postoperative analgesia, and for obstetrical analgesia during labour and delivery.
    Other Names: Nubain

    AN 34 Nitrous Oxide
    Used in surgery and dentistry.
    Other Names: Laughing Gas, Sweet Air
    General Inhaled Anaesthetic

    AN 35 Oxycodone
    Effective for managing moderate to moderately severe acute or chronic pain
    Pain Relief

    AN 36 Oxymorphone
    A preoperative medication to alleviate apprehension, maintain anaesthesia, and as an obstetric analgesic
    Other Names: Opana, Numorphan, Numorphone

    AN 37 Pentazocine
    Used to treat moderate to moderately severe pain
    Other Names: Fortral, Talwin NX

    AN 38 Pethidine / Meperidine
    Used for the treatment of moderate to severe pain.
    Other Names: Demerol, isonipecaine, lidol, pethanol, piridosal, Algil, Alodan, Centralgin, Dispadol, Dolantin, Mialgin, Petidin Dolargan, Dolestine, Dolosal, Dolsin, Mefedina
    In tablets, as a syrup, or by intramuscular or intravenous injection.

    AN 39 Prilocaine
    Used in dentistry. Also often combined with Lidocaine as a preparation for dermal anaesthesia.
    Other Names: Citanest
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 40 Procaine
    Used primarily to reduce the pain of intramuscular injection of penicillin; used to be used in dentistry.
    Other Names: Novocain, Novocain
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 41 Propofol
    Uses include the induction and maintenance of general anaesthesia, sedation for mechanically ventilated adults, and procedural sedation. Commonly used in veterinary medicine.
    Other Names: Diprivan
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 42 Remifentanil
    Given to patients during surgery to relieve pain and as an adjunct to an anaesthetic.
    Other Names: Ultiva
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 43 Ropivacaine
    Used for nerve block, epidural and intrathecal anaesthesia in adults and children over 12 years. It is also indicated for peripheral nerve block and caudal epidural in children 1–12 years for surgical pain.
    Other Names: Naropin
    Local and Epidural Anaesthetic

    AN 44 Scandonest 3% plain
    Used in dentistry.
    Local Anaesthetic

    AN 45 Sevoflurane
    Used for induction and maintenance of general anaesthesia.
    Other Names: Fluoromethyl Hexafluoroisopropyl Ether
    General Inhaled Anaesthetic

    AN 46 Sufentanil
    Used when pain relief is required for a short period of time. May also be used with other compounds in general anaesthesia.
    Other Names: R-30730, Sufenta
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 47 Thiopental
    Rapid-onset short-acting barbiturate general anaesthetic. A core medicine in the World Health Organization's "Essential Drugs List", which is a list of minimum medical needs for a basic healthcare system.
    Other Names: Sodium Pentothal, Thiopentone Sodium, Trapanal
    General Intravenous Anaesthetic

    AN 48 Xenon
    Although it is expensive, anaesthesia machines that can deliver xenon are about to appear on the European market, because advances in recovery and recycling of xenon have made it economically viable, although rarely used.
    General Inhaled Anaesthetic

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