Efficacy of Capnography during Deep Sedation with Propofol
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Anesthesia & Analgesia journal-based CME is designed for anesthesiologists, anesthesiologists-in-training, anesthesia investigators, and allied health professionals who conduct research, practice, or intend to practice in any area of general anesthesia, subspecialty anesthesia, or pain management.
Upon completion of this study, anesthesiologists will be better able to better interpret data from pulse oximetry and capnography during deep sedation with propofol.
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Editor-in-Chief: Steven L. Shafer, MD has reported no financial relationships with commercial interests.
CME Editor: Jeffrey B. Gross, MD has reported no financial relationships with commercial interests.
IARS Staff: Nancy Lynly (Senior Managing Editor) has reported no financial relationships with commercial interests.
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