Pharmacoeconomics in Anaesthesia
The new sciencepharmacoeconomics has been defined as the “description and analysis of the costs of drug therapy to health care system and society” (1). It examines the total impact of the price of drugs on resources.
KeywordsPulmonary Artery Catheterization Cost Containment Neuromuscular Blocking Drug Suction Catheter Anaesthesia Department
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