Propofol is used in clinical environments to induce states of anesthesia or reduced sensitivity during surgical procedures. However, it also has the potential to be abused for short-term hallucinations and euphoric effects, and with a very small therapeutic range, unanticipated fatal results are possible.
This poster was presented at TIAFT 2015, Florence.
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