Not a contraindication of thiopentone:
|C||Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis|
|D||Patient on blocker|
Hyperkalemic periodic paralysis
1. Porphyria except porphyria cutanea tarda, 2. History of thiopentone anaphylaxis,
b. Fixed cardiac output lesions (AS, MS) which cannot increase their cardiac output.
d. Heart blocks and patient on µ blockers,
e. Dystrophia myotonica and familial periodic paralysis of hypokalemic type (because thiopentone can cause hypokalemia at induction).
f. Conditions like quinsy where maintenance of airway can be problematic, if apnea is prolonged.
g. Mild to moderate hepatic and renal diseases (but dose reduction is required),