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AHRQ Patient Safety Network: Residual anaesthesia drugs in intravenous lines—a silent threat?

AHRQ Patient Safety Network

AHRQ Patient Safety Network

Residual anaesthesia drugs in intravenous lines—a silent threat?

Bowman S, Raghavan K, Walker IA. Anaesthesia. 2013;68:557-561.

This commentary examines how residual medications in intravenous lines can harm patients and emphasizes the need for these incidents to be reported.

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