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Can halothane make you unconscious ?

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Yes: Halothane is an inhaled anesthesic. Halothane is to be used only by trained medical professionals.

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A 34-year-old member asked:

Could halothane make a human unconscious ?

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Dr. Geoffrey Ndeto
Anesthesiology 45 years experience
Yes: Halothane is an inhalation agent and can and is used to induce unconsciousness during anesthetic induction and maintenance as well. It does have its advantages and disadvantages though.
Dr. Marsha Davis
Internal Medicine 28 years experience
Anesthetic induction= putting you to sleep for surgery or procedure
Apr 6, 2014

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