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Sevorane
sevoflurane
Sevorane is a medication that is used for the induction and maintenance of general anesthesia. It is used for both pediatric and adult cases. Constant monitoring of vital signs should be done while this medication is administered and in the presence of an anesthesia practitioner Side effects include hypotension, respiratory depression, cough, apnea, respiratory obstruction, and bradycardia.

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Biological Half-life



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Nursing responsibilities for Sevorane
ATC CODE: N01AB08

Other medications containing sevoflurane


Manufacturer: Abbott Laboratories
sevoflurane is the active ingredient in Sevorane