Clinical and economic considerations in the use of inhaled anesthesia from the perspective of health-system pharmacists and anesthesiologists

Meyer, Tricia
April 2010
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;4/15/2010 Supplement, Vol. 67, pS2
Academic Journal
The article discusses various reports published within the present issue, including one on the problems faced by hospital pharmacists in managing the usage and costs of inhaled anesthetics in the operating room, another on the cost analysis to save costs of inhalation anesthesia, and a report on anesthesiology of using inhalation anesthesia under various surgical conditions.


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