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Plant-Made Drug Reverses Apnea, Arizona State University Study



7/15/2013 8:25:06 AM

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Paralytic drugs like succinylcholine are often used during surgery or when critically ill patients require endotracheal intubation. But if the drug is not swiftly cleared from the patient's system, the results can be deadly.

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