Results for: sodium-thiopental

What is thiopental?

Sodium thiopental is a depressant and is sometimes used during interrogations-not to cause pain but to weaken the resolve of the subject and make him or her more compliant to pressure. Full Answer

What is pentathol?

Sodium pentothal is used as a truth serum and is also one of three drugs utilized in lethal injections. It is also known as thiopental and is a barbiturate. Full Answer

What is that gas called that puts you to sleep?

CARBON MONOXIDE WILL KILL YOU! Please DO NOT inhale it. Answer: According to WebMD (see attached link), intravenous anesthetics include fentanyl, propofol, and sodium thiopental. Inhalation anesthetics include isoflurane and nitrous oxide. [Nitrous oxide is the "laughing gas" that dentists… Full Answer

Is citalopram a barbiturate?

As far as I know Citalopram is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) not a barbiturate. Barbiturates = Allobarbital (Asmac, Cibalgine, Dial, Somnocodal); Amobarbital/Amylobarbitone (Anytal); Aprobarbital (Aluratec, Amobarbital, Amylbarbitone, Amytal, Aprobarbital, Brevital, Busodium, Butabarbital, Butisol, Mebaral, Mephobarbital, Metharbital, Methohexital, Nembutal,Pentobarbital… Full Answer