What Conditions does Fentanyl (PF) 2,750 Mcg/55 Ml (50 Mcg/Ml) Epidural Syringe Treat?

  • regional anesthesia for surgery
  • regional anesthesia for post-operative pain
  • general anesthesia
  • additional agent to induce general anesthesia
  • acute pain following an operation
  • regional anesthesia for cesarean section
  • regional anesthesia for labor pain
  • administration of local anesthetic drug
  • sedation with ability to respond to stimulation or speech
  • calming of intubated patient by administration of sedative
  • excessive pain

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