Low-flow anaesthesia. Does it have potential pharmacoeconomic consequences?

Abstract

Healthcare reform has placed increasing pressure on anaesthetists to consider the costs of current anaesthesia strategies. Although the cost of anaesthesia constitutes only a small proportion of total healthcare costs, anaesthetic drug expenditures have been a focus of cost-containment efforts. Low-flow anaesthesia is a simple method of reducing the fresh… (More)

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@article{Suttner2000LowflowAD, title={Low-flow anaesthesia. Does it have potential pharmacoeconomic consequences?}, author={Stefan W. Suttner and Jesper B{\"u}nsow Boldt}, journal={PharmacoEconomics}, year={2000}, volume={17 6}, pages={585-90} }