Suspected Anaphylactic Reaction Associated with Microemulsion Propofol during Anesthesia Induction

@inproceedings{Lee2012SuspectedAR,
  title={Suspected Anaphylactic Reaction Associated with Microemulsion Propofol during Anesthesia Induction},
  author={Se Jin Lee and Soon Im Kim and Bo Il Jung and Su Myung Lee and Mun Gyu Kim and Sun Young Park and Sang Ho Kim and Si Young Ok},
  booktitle={Journal of Korean medical science},
  year={2012}
}
Although rare, intraoperative anaphylaxis can lead to significant morbidity and mortality. Aquafol® (Daewon Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., Seoul, Korea), a microemulsion propofol, was developed to eliminate lipid solvent-related adverse events, and was used in clinical anesthesia since 2009 with little data about severe side effects such as anaphylaxis. A healthy 16-yr-old male patient who had past medical history with two previous operations of no complications developed cardiovascular shock with… CONTINUE READING

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