Steroid Anesthetics

Many artificial neurosteroids have been utilized as analgesics for the purpose of general anesthesia during surgeries. The finest known about these are alphaxolone, alphadolone, hydroxydione and minaxolone. The first of these to be introduced was hydroxydione, which is the esterified 21-hydroxy subsidiary of 5β-pregnanedione. Hydroxydione turned out being a useful narcotic prescription with a commendable safety profile, yet was agonizing and alarming when implanted probably due to poor water solvency. This paved a way to the evolution of new neuroactive steroids. The accompanying medication from this family to be advanced was a combination of alphaxolone and alphadolone, known as Althesin.

 

  • Inhibitory Neurosteroids
  • Excitatory Neurosteroids
  • Pheromones
  • Other Neurosteroids

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