Milky Anaesthetic

Propofol is used in inducing general anaesthesia for surgery. It looks like a syringe full of milky liquid that probably isn’t milk because milk isn’t commonly injected into people’s veins.

Propofol has this unusual appearance because it includes components of egg.

References

  1. Wehrwein, P. (2011, November 7). Propofol: the drug that killed Michael Jackson. [online] Harvard Health Blog. Available at: https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/propofol-the-drug-that-killed-michael-jackson-201111073772 [Accessed 9 Aug. 2017].
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