Propoven 2% May Join Your Sedative List Due to COVID-19

A new double-strength propofol may hit your help meet demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.

It’s because more patients are requiring sedation due to mechanical ventilation for COVID-19...and regular propofol and other sedatives (midazolam, etc) have been in short supply.

“Double-strength” means the product is propofol 2%, or 20 mg/mL...compared to regular propofol, which is 1%, or 10 mg/mL.

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