American Society of Anesthesiologists
Certain procedural sedation practices for the critically ill are technically illegal
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WASHINGTON -- As drug shortages continue to plague the specialty of anesthesiology, compounding pharmacies -- such as the one implicated in the ongoing meningitis outbreak - may be playing a key supply role, clinicians said here.