Advances in Modelling and Clinical Application of by Frank H. M. Engbers (auth.), Jaap Vuyk, Stefan Schraag

By Frank H. M. Engbers (auth.), Jaap Vuyk, Stefan Schraag (eds.)

Since its release in 1998 the ecu Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia (EuroSIVA) has come some distance in offering academic fabric and helping the learn and medical software of intravenous anaesthesia. After the 1st annual conferences held in Barcelona and Amsterdam in 1998 and 1999, 3 different winning conferences came about in Vienna, Gothenburg and great in 2000, 2001 and 2002. subsequent to those major conferences, beginning within the 12 months 2000, a smaller iciness assembly has been organised each final week of January in Crans Montana, Switzerland. either the most summer season and the iciness conferences breathe an identical surroundings of sharing the newest on intravenous anaesthesia study within the presence of a pleasant atmosphere and sturdy corporation. because the first conferences the academic instruments of EuroSIVA have elevated in volume and technical caliber permitting electronic slide and video presentation in addition to using the pc simulation application TIVAtrainer throughout the speaker periods and the workshops. in addition, EuroSIVA now exploits an internet site www. eurosiva. org that enables for non-stop trade of data on intravenous anaesthesia, the TIVAtrainer, the EuroSIVA conferences and on-line registration for those conferences. The EuroSIVA is at present engaged in pleasant contacts with the Asian Oceanic Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia (AOSIVA), the uk Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia (UKSIVA), the Korean Society for Intravenous Anaesthesia (KSIVA), the ecu Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA) and the overseas Society for utilized Pharmacology (ISAP).

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J. A. Jacquez and T. Perry, Parameter estimation: local identifiability of parameters, Am. J. Physiol. 258, E727-E736 (1990). 28. T. C. Krejcie and M. J. Avram, What determines anesthetic induction dose? , Anesth. Analg. 89, 541-544 (1999). RECIRCULATORY PHARMACOKINETICS. Which covariates affect the pharmacokinetics of intravenous agents? Thomas K. Henthorn * 1. INTRODUCTION When drugs are administered by rapid intravenous (IV) infusion or bolus, drug concentrations in the arterial blood rise and fall in a damped oscillatory pattern before achieving the monotonic decline characterized by traditional pharmacokinetic models.

A rapid intravenous bolus injection will be characterized by a set of pharmacokinetic parameters different from parameters derived after a prolonged intravenous infusion as is used in devices for computer controlled infusion. 5• 6 Prolonged infusion of a drug with a rapid clearance and extensive distribution, such as propofol, may be better characterised by a 3compartment model, whereas for a bolus injection a 2-compartment model may suffice. In a study published by Schnider and colleagues is shown that propofol concentrations after a bolus injection were not adequately described by the pharmacokinetic model derived from blood samples taken during a propofol infusion in the same patients.?

In a study published by Schnider and colleagues is shown that propofol concentrations after a bolus injection were not adequately described by the pharmacokinetic model derived from blood samples taken during a propofol infusion in the same patients.? Mainly the first 10 minutes after bolus injection were significantly biased with an overestimation at minute 2 and 4 and a subsequent underestimation of the actual propofol concentration. Tailoring of the pharmacokinetic model to the drug, the type of administration and phase of interest (early-phase or steady-state) is very important.

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