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Exparel injections: Bupivacaine liposomal   English
Abstract: This handout explains a medicine called Exparel. This is a local anesthetic that is used to prevent or treat pain from some procedures.
Author: Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU)
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2017
UWMC Dept: Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU)
Revised Date: 4/2017
Sugammadex: What you need to know   English
Abstract: This handout is for women who received the drug sugammadex during surgery. It warns that hormone-based birth control methods such as pills, patches, hormonal IUDs, rings, injections, and implants may not work for 1 week after receiving sugammadex.
Author: Patient Care Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2016
UWMC Dept: Patient Care Services
Revised Date: 12/2016
 
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