Asthma, sedation, and the podiatric patient.

Abstract

Propofol is a common drug used for anesthetic induction of patients undergoing surgery. This popular drug has been around for many years and has been subjected to changes in formulation from its original patented formula. Once touted as safe, the newer propofol may possess hidden dangers, particularly for individuals suffering with hyperreactive airway disease.

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@article{Toney2006AsthmaSA, title={Asthma, sedation, and the podiatric patient.}, author={Patris A Toney and Alan Hilgerson and Stephen Doral Stefani and Denise M. Mandi}, journal={Clinics in podiatric medicine and surgery}, year={2006}, volume={23 4}, pages={777-81, viii} }