General anesthesia is a state of reversible unconsciousness and insensitivity to pain induced by specific medications. It allows for surgical procedures to be performed safely and comfortably. The pharmacology of drugs used in general anesthesia is complex and involves the modulation of various neurotransmitters and receptors in the central nervous system (CNS). In this article, we will explore the pharmacology of general anesthetics, their mechanisms of action, and their role in producing the desired state of anesthesia.

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