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The Top Medical Breakthroughs To Watch Out For In 2014


2. Computer-Assisted Sedation

Were you aware that a large chunk of the cost of most anesthesia-required tests and operations goes to the anesthesiologist?   That was until computer-assisted sedation was introduced. The device will literally knock you off your feet in 2014, no anesthesia or professional anesthesiologist required so costs will drastically drop.

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