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EC number: 200-929-3
CAS number: 76-05-1
summarized the results of epidemiologic studies that assessed the
adverse reproductive and developmental effects of anesthetic exposure on
the pregnant surgical patient and the occupationally exposed female and
male health care worker.
evidence in some of the studies of an increased rate of spontaneous
abortion and fetal and perinatal mortality. These associations appear to
be dependent on a number of factors that are not uniformly related to
epidemiologic evidence is too weak to conclude that there is a causal
association between anesthetic exposure and adverse reproductive and
review deals only with anesthetic in a general manner, this publication
was not consider in the toxicity assessment.
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