Second-hand exposure to aerosolized intravenous anesthetics propofol and fentanyl may cause sensitization and subsequent opiate addiction among anesthesiologists and surgeons Article

McAuliffe, PF, Gold, MS, Bajpai, L et al. (2006). Second-hand exposure to aerosolized intravenous anesthetics propofol and fentanyl may cause sensitization and subsequent opiate addiction among anesthesiologists and surgeons . MEDICAL HYPOTHESES, 66(5), 874-882. 10.1016/j.mehy.2005.10.030

cited authors

  • McAuliffe, PF; Gold, MS; Bajpai, L; Merves, ML; Frost-Pineda, K; Pomm, RM; Goldberger, BA; Melker, RJ; Cend├ín, JC

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authors

publication date

  • January 1, 2006

published in

keywords

  • ABUSE
  • AMPHETAMINE
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • Medicine, Research & Experimental
  • NEOCORTEX
  • NEUROBIOLOGY
  • NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS
  • PHYSICIANS
  • PROGRAMS
  • Research & Experimental Medicine
  • SUBSTANCE MISUSE
  • Science & Technology

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publisher

  • CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE

start page

  • 874

end page

  • 882

volume

  • 66

issue

  • 5