BARBITURATES. DENNIS STEVENS MSN, CRNA, ARNP NOVEMBER 2005 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY PHARMACOLOGY OF ANESTHESIOLOGY NURSING NGR 6173. OBJECTIVES. Discuss the preparation of barbiturates regarding expiration times following reconstitution.
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DENNIS STEVENS MSN, CRNA, ARNP
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
PHARMACOLOGY OF ANESTHESIOLOGY NURSING
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High-voltage slow activity to electrical silence- large dose