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Sufentanil
Sufentanil (Sufenta)
Sufentanil
(soo- FEN-tah-nil)
Pregnancy Category: C Sufenta (Rx)

Classification: Narcotic analgesic

See Also: See also Narcotic Analgesics .

Action/Kinetics: Onset, IV: 1.3-3 min. Anesthetic blood concentration: 8-30 mcg/kg. t 1/2: 2.5 hr. Allows appropriate oxygenation of the heart and brain during prolonged surgical procedures. May be used in children.

Uses: Narcotic analgesic used as an adjunct to maintain balanced general anesthesia. To induce and maintain general anesthesia (with 100% oxygen), especially in neurosurgery or CV surgery.

Additional Contraindications Use during labor.

Special Concerns: Decrease dose in the obese, elderly, or debilitated client.

Additional Side Effects Erythema, chills, intraoperative muscle movement. Extended postoperative respiratory depression.

How Supplied: Injection: 50 mcg/mL

Dosage
?IV Analgesia.
Adults, individualized, usual initial: 1-2 mcg/kg with oxygen and nitrous oxide; maintenance: 10-25 mcg as required.
For complicated surgery.
Adults: 2-8 mcg/kg with oxygen and nitrous oxide; maintenance: 10-50 mcg.
To induce and maintain general anesthesia.
Adults: 8-30 mcg/kg with 100% oxygen and a muscle relaxant; maintenance: 25-50 mcg. Pediatric, less than 12 years: 10-25 mcg/kg with 100% oxygen; maintenance: 25-50 mcg.
Induction and maintenance of general anesthesia in children less than 12 years of age undergoing CV surgery.
Initial: 10-25 mcg/kg with 100% oxygen; maintenance: 25-50 mcg.

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